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Krish89
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Power BI Dataset refersh failing with the error “Microsoft SQL: Execution Timeout Expired"

Hello Power BI Community,

I am getting the error when refreshing dataset in Power BI service with the following error message.

“Data source error: Microsoft SQL: Execution Timeout Expired. The timeout period elapsed prior to completion of the operation or the server is not responding.. The exception was raised by the IDbCommand interface.”

 

Our datasource is Azure SQL server.

 

Any help on the issue would be appreciated.

 

Regards,

Krishna.

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TomMartens
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Hey @Krish89 ,

 

after you published the report to the Power BI workspace, did you check the connections settings of the dataset? You will find these settings on the refresh schedule page of the dataset.

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Tom



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Hi Tom,

Yes, I have checked the datasource settings and it is configured with the right credentials and the refresh was working a week ago but not getting this timeout eror.

 

Regards,

Krishna

Hi @Krish89 ,

 

Please refer to this document.

SqlCommand.CommandTimeout Property Definition 

 

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Lionel Chen

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Hi,

 

I now end up with the new error. I didnt understand what "the parameter is not valid" means.

My dataset has 6 reports associated with it.

 

Regards,

Krishna.

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Hi @Krish89 ,

 

Does your report have parameters? Try to check the parameters.

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Lionel Chen

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Hi @v-lionel-msft ,

 

Yes we have two parameters in the report for incremental refresh(RangeStart and RangeEnd)

 

Regards,

Krishna

Hi @Krish89 ,

 

There is a problem with the two parameters you created, please refer to the documentation.

RangeStart and RangeEnd parameters 

 

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