01-15-2019 02:08 PM
OK, so our Enterprise Agreement ticked over last year and so I've been having fun with the various content packs (and Apps) for PowerBI that pull data from Azure and O365 - as the agreement number has changed.
Today I'm trying to set up the Microsoft Azure Enterprise content pack for the new agreement, but I'm getting an "Upgrade required" error when I try to authenticate using our EAs key.
Failed to update data source credentials: Web.Contents failed to get contents from 'https://ea.azure.com/rest/XXXXXXXXX/usage-reports?type=summary&month=2015-12&api-version=1.0' (426): Upgrade RequiredHide details
|Time:||Wed Jan 16 2019 10:58:30 GMT+1300 (New Zealand Daylight Time)|
01-16-2019 01:39 AM
I'm facing the same issue. There is no documentation available how to "upgrade" this connection.
Azure Enterprise Content Pack doesn't seem to be a solution either. I can't use/map the existing reports.
How does this story go forward?
01-20-2019 04:00 PM
I think we're supposed to use the Azure Consumption Insights Power BI App instead.
But I'm having issues with that.
- I can't rename it (as we'll need one for each 3 year EA agreement).
- I've been having data refresh issues since October... And you can't access the Dashboard/Reports/Dataset the same way you can with Content Packs.
- I did figure it out in the end - you have to go edit another dataset, then the App one will show up...
- At that point I could see the refresh was failing and re-setup the schedule
- But I see some of the data is missing
- There's a bunch of data tagged with GUID based Context IDs, but the value is $0
- The data doesn't always match what's in ea.azure.com (though it's only out by <$30)