I have updated our PBI Report Server to the latest version and also the Desktop app. I have come across a problem with existing reports that use the Chiclet Slicer V 1.6.2 , in that in the report in the Desktop App, the Fields show up and work correctly but when published to the report server, the options in the slicer are missing.
Is this a known issue? Anyone know how to resolve?
Published Version of the Report
I have also checked the Text Filter visual, and my version also does not work on Report Server but works fine on the Desktop version.
Power BI Report Server Sep 2019 updated version has released, you can download it from this link and install it to upgrade current Power BI Report Server on your machine . Notice: Please backup ReportServer database, ReportServerTempDB database and encryption key before the upgrade.
Based on my test, Text Filter and Chiclet Slicer issues have been fixed in this updated version. Please have a check on your side.
We are seeing this same behavior in our TEST environment. PBIRS is Version 1.6.7206.42072 (September 2019), and Chiclet Slicer version is 1.6.2. PBIRS is failing to render the chiclets.
* Edited after seeing @Anonymous's post: we're also seeing this same regression with the Text Filter visual, Version 1.1.0. You can enter text in the search box, but pressing enter or clicking the magnifying glass icon produces no results.
I checked with a contact on the product team and they are actively investigating this at the moment. Because there is more than one visual affected my guess is that they will have to release an update to Report Server.
As noted on this other related thread https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Report-Server/Text-Visual-not-working-in-PBIRS-September/m-p/809021... the team is expecting to release an updated build to fix this issue later next week.
A new version of PBIRS was released yesterday at https://aka.ms/pbireportserver (v15.0.1102.620) if you download and install this version it appears to fix this issue.
Take a look at the September 2023 Power BI update to learn more.
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