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AakashMarasini
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Update in visual.ts and capabilities.json file is not reflecting in the visual in Power BI App.

Hi Developers,

I have updated some code in the visual.ts file and changed the display name of Data roles in the capabilites.Json file. Even after the successful run of command: pbiviz start, the result of the updated code and display name is not updated in the custom visual in Power BI App. What might be the reason for this?
How this issue could be solved?

Thanks!

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smpa01
Super User
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@AakashMarasini 

{
the result of the updated code
// this is highly unlikley for a dev, if it is for prod you need to manually import
//the newly packaged .pbiviz in order to have the new code reflectd there

and

display name is not updated
// did you update the pbiviz.json with the new name?
// if yes, make sure to manually import the newly packaged .pbiviz
}
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smpa01
Super User
Super User

@AakashMarasini 

{
the result of the updated code
// this is highly unlikley for a dev, if it is for prod you need to manually import
//the newly packaged .pbiviz in order to have the new code reflectd there

and

display name is not updated
// did you update the pbiviz.json with the new name?
// if yes, make sure to manually import the newly packaged .pbiviz
}
Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution!
Proud to be a Super User!
My custom visualization projects
Plotting Live Sound: Viz1
Beautiful News:Viz1, Viz2, Viz3
Visual Capitalist: Working Hrs

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