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BenFord
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OAuth custom connector

I have created a custom data connector to an OData api.  The API uses Oauth2 and the connector is configured to do that as well.  It works from the power query SDk in visual studio, works from desktop.  I now am deploying it on our power bi gataway, and the gateway is able to load it.  I also successfully created a data source on the gateway that uses this connector.  however, when i try to use it in a dataflow, i get the enter credentials dialog.  it has selected to use the correct gateway, but when i click the sign in button i get the message below.  I noticed also that when i click the sign in button here, i am directed to a different uri then i am in sdk or in desktop. Any help is appreciated.

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v-jayw-msft
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Hi @BenFord ,

 

OAuth for custom connectors via gateways is currently supported only for gateway admins but not other data source users.

The method for implementing TestConnection functionality is likely to change while the Power BI Custom Data Connector functionality is in preview.

To support scheduled refresh through the on-premises data gateway, your connector must implement a TestConnection handler.

For more details, please check this document.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-query/handlinggatewaysupport 

 

Best Regards,

Jay

Community Support Team _ Jay
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My custom connector has a test connection method and I am able to add it to the gateway and the connection is successful there.  It is just when i try to use it in a dataflow that i am getting the above issue.

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