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kossi
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DataSource.Error

Hello here, I am trying to get data from a website but everytime I try..I get this error 

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 the navigator doesn't show any data.. it's my first time learning power bi

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Hi Kossi,

 

You can find the query data by selecting "transform data" from the tool bar, and then advanced editor on the data from web query you have implemented.

However given you are new to it all I suggest you run through the microsoft learn intro courses just to familiarise yourself with the software.

https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/training/modules/introduction-power-bi/

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kossi
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thanks for the reply, i cant seem to find the query editor, i begun power bi, installed it like an 2 hours ago via youtube. the first tutorial was about introduction then progressed to getting data, i cant get web data...

i dont know where the query editor is  i cant see those advanced options, plus if i found the editor what am i supposed to feed in?

Hi Kossi,

 

You can find the query data by selecting "transform data" from the tool bar, and then advanced editor on the data from web query you have implemented.

However given you are new to it all I suggest you run through the microsoft learn intro courses just to familiarise yourself with the software.

https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/training/modules/introduction-power-bi/

thank you

 

MDodds
Resolver II
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Hi Kossi,

I think you can open the query editor and use the advanced editor to see the M code behind the query. From there you can edit the timeout interval to be longer to give the query time to load.

There is a similar answer here which explains it.

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Query-Timeout-on-update/m-p/53605#M21640

 

Let me know if not clear enough and I can try and assist further.

 

Cheers

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