Hi I am trying to connect to a sharepoint list, But i am getting the below error.
I have cleared the permissions but still the same problem. i have used to connect with sharepoint list and sharepoint online list but it still throws the same error.
I have created a list template from the same list (including contents) and created another list with it. it works fine. but for some reason it is not working with the original list, also i have unistalled and reinstalled the power Bi Desktop, still the issue is there.
I have even tried from a different system but sitll the same.
Hi @kannanAhammed ,
Would you please check the url you entered into when you connect to the sharepoint list.
When connecting to a SharePoint list, enter the site URL instead of the list URL. In the Access SharePoint dialog box, select the most general URL to authenticate against the site correctly. By default, the most general URL is selected.
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The URL redircts me to https://marqueeinsights.com/get-started-with-power-bi/
when i copied and paised into the browser.
The site shows some training meterials. i didnt see a video you have advised.
Thank you for the feedback. We'll have to label the videos better.
They are in the content blocks at the bottom of the page. The Data mining SharePoint Lists and Merging Excel Files articles with video show you the two basic techniques of working with SharePoint.
Hope this helps.
The video you mentioned Shows how to connect to the SharePoint list, which is not relevant to my question here.
I am getting the below error while connecting to SharePoint list
"DataSource.Error: SharePoint: Request failed: The remote server returned an error: (400) Bad Request. (Value does not fall within the expected range.)
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