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Datset Refresh Via RUN FLow

I set up a report and dashboard in Power BI and published it to a web link but the 'run flow' function for refreshing the dataset isn't working. Does anybody know why this issue is occurring?

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v-binbinyu-msft
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Community Support

Hi @blackbranded ,

When you add a Power Automate button visual, Please consider the following considerations and limitations:

  • Additional manual inputs to the button aren't supported at this time. We plan to add support for this by the general availability release.
  • Currently, we only have a few built-in templates; we plan to add more based on user feedback.
  • The visual will only display flows within your default environment. We plan to add support for an environment selector by the general availability release.
  • The visual isn't supported for embedded analytics.
  • The visual isn't supported in sovereign clouds.
  • The visual doesn't work in Publish to Web (public) scenarios, because unauthenticated scenarios aren't supported by Power Automate.
  • The visual isn't certified while in preview. We plan to have complete certification by the general availability release.

For more details, you can read related document: Create a Power Automate visual for Power BI (preview) - Power BI | Microsoft Learn

 

Best regards,
Community Support Team_Binbin Yu
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v-binbinyu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @blackbranded ,

When you add a Power Automate button visual, Please consider the following considerations and limitations:

  • Additional manual inputs to the button aren't supported at this time. We plan to add support for this by the general availability release.
  • Currently, we only have a few built-in templates; we plan to add more based on user feedback.
  • The visual will only display flows within your default environment. We plan to add support for an environment selector by the general availability release.
  • The visual isn't supported for embedded analytics.
  • The visual isn't supported in sovereign clouds.
  • The visual doesn't work in Publish to Web (public) scenarios, because unauthenticated scenarios aren't supported by Power Automate.
  • The visual isn't certified while in preview. We plan to have complete certification by the general availability release.

For more details, you can read related document: Create a Power Automate visual for Power BI (preview) - Power BI | Microsoft Learn

 

Best regards,
Community Support Team_Binbin Yu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

blackbranded
Helper I
Helper I

@GilbertQ

I am using Power Automate for the Power BI add-on and I want to use the refresh button when embedding the report to publish to the web (public).

Hi @blackbranded 

 

I think that this might be a limitation in Publish to Web.





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GilbertQ
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Hi @blackbranded 

 

Can you let us know where you are trying to run the flow from?

 

This can help us assist you fix the issue!





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@GilbertQ

I am using Power Automate for the Power BI add-on and I want to use the refresh button when embedding the report to publish to the web (public).



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