Today i downloaded pbix from web service made some changes to desktop and tried to upload it
But a message appears
this report was already published to the selected destination
i can only rename the pbix and reupload
has anyone experienced similar problem?
Solved! Go to Solution.
Curerntly whenever we want to publish an exsiting Dashboard after we update the dataset , we are getting an pop up message saying this report already published.
we tried to sign out then sign in , update power , but nothing works.
and it became annoying at this point, any ideas how to overcome this bug ?
I had this same problem as well.
"Sign out and sign back in "solution does not work for me.
Now i had to delete my report online and publish as a new report, which is time-consuming and not making any sense
Yes, the new update hasn't fixed this. Operating on the April updates I still have to switch user to the same account to upload. If I do not, I get the error that this content already exists, re above. For some reason it doesn't recognize the intial sign on the same way in the desktop version, as it does the second sign in. It is quite annoying and frustrating when you have 20+ dashboards to update weekly.
I am not able to reproduce your issue. Would you please share me the PBIX file downloaded from Power BI Service and describe more details about which changes you make in the PBIX file? I will test it in my Desktop.
Thanks i redownloaded my pbix from my other pc and now i have no problem
Will check again in the first pc to see if the problem remains
problem remains in my first pc.
unfortunately @v-yuezhe-msft i cannot send you my pbix as it has sensitive data.
Is there any other way? A log file?
Based on your test, the issue is related to computer. Does your computer meet the requirements in this article? I would recommend you go to File -> Options and settings -> Options -> Diagnostics in Power BI Desktop and click "enable tracing", then re-publish your PBIX file. Also please post the trace log here.
No effective information can be found from the trace log. As the issue only occurs on your first PC, I would recommend you the PC. If the error still exists after rebooting, please create a support ticket at http://support.powerbi.com .
This is not PC specific. It happens to me all the time, regardless of which computer I use. For some reason, if I am logged in overnight, or automatically, it seems to have this issue. I have to log out, log back in, and then it will work.
Definitely the solution. Extremely annoying issue. Happens all the time and until I figured this out required re-building a lot of my dashboards and reports.
Myself and a colleague were experiencing the same issue and logging out and back in fixed it for us too.
Theres obviously something not working correctly, which will hopefully be fixed at some point, but for now logging out and back in is a simple workaround
Yes, i posted about it last week but am yet to get an answer:
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