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Error loading HTML Dataset in Desktop

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I was trying to load a dataset with just 2 columns from Azure SQL Datawarehouse table:


Table contains just two columns and more than 5m rows.

InvoiceId (int,null)

Comment_Note (nvarchar (max,null)


Comment_Note is HTML column with up to 2.8m characters.


When I do an M query to load top 5,000 rows, it works fine and the PBIX created is just about 117KB.  


From rows 4,000 and above Comment_Note has 2.8m characters.


When I increase the number of rows selected to just 5,300, I get the following error messge:


Somethig went wrong.   Array dimensions exceded supported range.


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Hi @Anonymous ,


1. Please follow this article to troubleshoot the issue:


2. Please ensure your machine has Power BI desktop run on meet the minimum requirements:


3. Please restart the machine then run Power BI desktop again. 


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You could check the Issues forum here:

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