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Not able to Upload csv file into Power BI to create Dataflow

In premium license I was trying to upload a csv file to create a dataflow to perform AutoML,when I click browse button and after choosing the csv file, I was not able to upload the CSV file.No errors were shown but a warning.

Do I need to enable any option on the admin portal to upload the csv file?





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Helper II

Common issues with importing a CSV (and the work-arounds to fix them) The most common CSV import errors include: The file size is too large - The CSV import tool of the program you're using might have a file size requirement. To reduce the file size, you can delete unnecessary data values, columns, and rows.


This may help you,

Rachel Gomez

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Community Support

Hi @Anandhu12 ,

Because when you choose upload file to create a dataflow, the file will be uploaded to your OneDrive for Business or SharePoint Online, please confirm the account have the license for SharePoint Online or OneDrive for Business. You could choose the authentication kinds.



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Community Support Team_Binbin Yu
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