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Zyg_D
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Which relation does the reference number point to?

After refreshing all of my data I received this kind of error:

This expression refers to a Relationship object named '31445cef-2400-49fa-8c32-a0a250a394ce', which has an error.

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Is there a way to find which relation does the reference number point to?

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vanessafvg
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can you tell us a little bit more about your data model? do you have tables that you have aliased in your model? does it show you were the error is?




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Zyg_D
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@vanessafvg wrote:
can you tell us a little bit more about your data model? do you have tables that you have aliased in your model? does it show you were the error is?

The question here is not about the error and how to solve it.

The question is about the reference number that is given:
- How to identify the exact relation?
- How to find it written anywhere else than the error message?
- Is there any software/ module/ addin/ etc. which could help?

You can check the below article and see if this helps in finding Metadata using ID

 

https://radacad.com/exposing-m-code-and-query-metadata-of-power-bi-pbix-file

 

 







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Zyg_D
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Thank you, @FarhanAhmed. This was a really nice option to try. I reviewed every file that I see in the .zip version of my .pbix file, but did not find the reference that I was looking for. 

Hi @Zyg_D ,

 

Please refer this thread, hope it helps.

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/This-expression-refers-to-a-Relationship-object-which-has-a...

 

Best regards,

 

Community Support Team _ zhenbw

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