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Harry_007
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Scheduled refresh has been disabled.

Data source error: Scheduled refresh is disabled because at least one data source is missing credentials. To start the refresh again, go to this dataset's settings page and enter credentials for all data sources. Then reactivate the scheduled refresh.
Cluster URI: WABI-US-NORTH-CENTRAL-B-redirect.analysis.windows.net
Activity ID: cde2c06c-2c00-4903-9d41-ef7d16ab89f1
Request ID: 2e121a6c-f23c-8a1d-5633-b8446e86b349
Time: 2022-01-18 07:36:00Z

 

Since I am the owner of this dashboard I'm unable to edit the credentials and unable to reactivate the scheduled refresh 

can someone help me 

 

I have connected the power bi service from SharePoint 

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ibarrau
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Hi there. The dataset owner or a workspace admin (taking control of the dataset) can edit the credentials for the source.

They should get on the dataset configurations under "Data Source Credentials", then edit credentials. If you have a sharepoint connection configured directly to web, it should look like this but with a small icon of warning:

ibarrau_0-1642509879576.png

 

Introduce the correct credentials and run the refresh again.

I hope that helps,


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You might need to get the PBIX from the report to modify the source because the error is saying that it can't find the excel file in that path at sharepoint. The file could have been moved or deleted and now the path doesn't make sense for Power Bi. 

If you know where the file is in sharepoint, I would suggest editing the PBIX file to change the data source (url). You could move also move the file to the path in sharepoint that power bi is reading but it might not work.

I hope that helps,


If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Happy to help!

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ibarrau
Super User
Super User

Hi there. The dataset owner or a workspace admin (taking control of the dataset) can edit the credentials for the source.

They should get on the dataset configurations under "Data Source Credentials", then edit credentials. If you have a sharepoint connection configured directly to web, it should look like this but with a small icon of warning:

ibarrau_0-1642509879576.png

 

Introduce the correct credentials and run the refresh again.

I hope that helps,


If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Happy to help!

LaDataWeb Blog

Hi, Thanks for the response.

I have tried to edit the web credentials but it is not working it's showing the below error

 

error im gettingerror im getting

 

 

You might need to get the PBIX from the report to modify the source because the error is saying that it can't find the excel file in that path at sharepoint. The file could have been moved or deleted and now the path doesn't make sense for Power Bi. 

If you know where the file is in sharepoint, I would suggest editing the PBIX file to change the data source (url). You could move also move the file to the path in sharepoint that power bi is reading but it might not work.

I hope that helps,


If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Happy to help!

LaDataWeb Blog

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