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Anonymous
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CHART GETS CHANGED WHEN PUBLISHED TO POWER BI SERVICE

Hi Everyone, 

 

Once again, I will need your expertise to resolve a pertinent issue. It seems that a bug is happening when publishing my report to the service. As you can see below, I have a chart that goes from 2015/to date and shows a trend on line and volumes on bars. 

Issue is that, when published it gets all over and the visualization isn't as the one that was saved in the Power BI desktop. 

 

Anyone knows what is happening? 

NOTE: this occurs in Chrome, IE, Firefox...

 

Thank you and Kind Regards,

Nelson

 

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Anonymous
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Apparently this occurs when you perform multiple tests and publish to share results. 

I have Saved As and re-published the report and that solved the issue. 

 

Thanks very much.  

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v-cherch-msft
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Hi @Anonymous 

 

I cannot reproduce the same issue.I would suggest you use latest version of Power BI Desktop and test again.Do you use RSL for the data?Do you have access to view the data in power bi service?It would be better if you could share the .pbix for us to test.If it is not your case,you may submit a support ticket.

https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/support/

 

Regards,

Cherie

 

 

Community Support Team _ Cherie Chen
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Anonymous
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Apparently this occurs when you perform multiple tests and publish to share results. 

I have Saved As and re-published the report and that solved the issue. 

 

Thanks very much.  

Hi @Anonymous 

 

Glad to hear you've solved it, please accept your solution to close this thread.

 

Regards,

Cherie

Community Support Team _ Cherie Chen
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