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Anonymous
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SharePoint List fails to load

Hey All,
I am trying to load a list from SharePoint.
The issue is that I can see only 600 records out of 1006.
Looking at the query Editor I see 4 steps.
 
1. Source - Looks fine and loads all records.
2. Added Index - Looks fine and all records are still there.
2019-01-07 10_18_55-Untitled - Power BI Desktop.png
 
 
 
 

3. Kept Errors - Shows "This table is empty."message.
4. Reordered Columns  - Shows "This table is empty." message.
 
2019-01-07 11_16_18-Untitled - Power Query Editor.png
 

 

 
Creating a new visualization, shows only 600 Records from the original list.
2019-01-07 11_23_49-Untitled - Power BI Desktop.png

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Additional info:
  • I worked with another list before and had no issues.
  • This is a workflow, maybe the issue lays there?
 
Any idea how to fix this?

Thanks a lot!
 
 
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v-frfei-msft
Community Support
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Hi @Anonymous,

 

Go to Data Source Settings -> Select the SharePoint source you're referring to -> Edit Permissions -> Re-enter credentials and log in

This should allow you to see the data in the list when you refresh the data set. If not, I would suggest checking that the account used to connect to the SharePoint site has proper permissions.

 

Regards,

Frank

Community Support Team _ Frank
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Anonymous
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Hi @v-frfei-msft, Thanks for the answer. As I mentioned in the original post, I see the list but not the complete one. I see 600 out of 1000 records. So it is not a permission issue. Also I mentioned in the second message that I am able now to see all records, after removing some of the columns that were redundant in my report. So again, this is not an account/permission issue. Cheers Mate! A
Anonymous
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Updates...

 

Not sure about the root cause, but seems like one of the columns that I tried to import is corrupted.

I started to iterate and import the list again and again.

I started with 1 column and each iteration I have added another column until I had all necessary columns I need for my report.

 

When I'll have a bit more time to investigate, I will return with more details.

Anonymous
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Hey All,
Spoiler
[Duplicate post as did not get answers in the desktop furom]
I am trying to load a list from SharePoint.
The issue is that I can see only 600 records out of 1006.
Looking at the query Editor I see 4 steps.
 
1. Source - Looks fine and loads all records.
2. Added Index - Looks fine and all records are still there.
2019-01-07 10_18_55-Untitled - Power BI Desktop.png
 
 
 
 

3. Kept Errors - Shows "This table is empty."message.
4. Reordered Columns  - Shows "This table is empty." message.
 
2019-01-07 11_16_18-Untitled - Power Query Editor.png
 

 

 
Creating a new visualization, shows only 600 Records from the original list.
2019-01-07 11_23_49-Untitled - Power BI Desktop.png

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Additional info:
  • I worked with another list before and had no issues.
  • This is a workflow, maybe the issue lays there?
 
Any idea how to fix this?

Thanks a lot!
Anonymous
Not applicable

Updates...

 

Not sure about the root cause, but seems like one of the columns that I tried to import is corrupted.

I started to iterate and import the list again and again.

I started with 1 column and each iteration I have added another column until I had all necessary columns I need for my report.

 

When I'll have a bit more time to investigate, I will return with more details.

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