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NigelRemedios
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error on updating

The column 'Created By' of the table wasn't found.

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m_dekorte
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Super User

Hi @NigelRemedios ,

 

The most likely cause for an error like this,  is that the column has been renamed or removed (please know that Power Query is case sensitive, therefore: "Created by" <> "Created By"

 

To resolve this type of issue, select each query step moving from the top down, in the Applied Steps pane (if that's not visible on your screen go to the View tab and toggle the Query Settings on). Find out exactly where it breaks and deduct why the error appears to fix.

 

Ps. If this helps solve your query please mark this post as Solution, thanks!

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NigelRemedios
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Thanks this worked

m_dekorte
Super User
Super User

Hi @NigelRemedios ,

 

The most likely cause for an error like this,  is that the column has been renamed or removed (please know that Power Query is case sensitive, therefore: "Created by" <> "Created By"

 

To resolve this type of issue, select each query step moving from the top down, in the Applied Steps pane (if that's not visible on your screen go to the View tab and toggle the Query Settings on). Find out exactly where it breaks and deduct why the error appears to fix.

 

Ps. If this helps solve your query please mark this post as Solution, thanks!

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