I am attempting migrate some of my PBI Desktop queries to Dataflows in the BI Service.
Some of these queries reference a function, The function accepts an argument of a URL - this URL is then used to extract all the items in a particular list on that project site. However when the function is referenced in the query it is asking for credentials. When I attempt to enter credentials via an organisational account the option to sign is is greyed out even though the dialog suggests I am not signed in. Any ideas?
LoadList = (site as text) =>
Source = OData.Feed(site&"/_api/lists/getbytitle('Risks')/items")
Thank you for the tip but I can confirm that there are no pop-ups being blocked. I can connect to the same data source in another connection but it appears that Dataflow features cannot currently cope with this type of function. The step on which the error occurs is when attempting to connect to a SharePoint API to return items from a list but there is no source to assign credentials in the function - however this works in Power BI Desktop.
I'm also having this issue on dataflows. I'm able to sign in when initially creating the dataflow, then a day or 2 later I'm no longer able to authenticate through Organizational account. I've tried on Chrome, Firefox, and IE and have checked popup blockers on each but it seems to be consistent across the board. I'm able to recreate the dataflow and sign in without an issue by pasting the text from the advanced editor into a new dataflow, however some of my dataflows are relatively complex and contain a couple dozen queries so this isn't a feasible solution.
Has anyone else made progress on this?