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performanceren
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Power BI Online Bug ( Row set error)

Hi.

 

I've been facing an error in Power Bi Online refresh witch says that is: "column does not exist in the rowset" (the table is SalesForce Object).

The fact is that I do not transform/manipulate this column in Power Query, i just import my SalesForce Object to my Power BI and create my dashboards.

If I refresh my Power BI in Desktop this error does not shows up, just in online refreshs.

 

Has anyone faced something like this?

 

ty 

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v-zhangti
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Hi, @performanceren 

 

Sometimes this error is because a column was moved, renamed or removed in the original data source.  You should try to open PBI desktop, clear your cache.  Then, just to be paranoid about it.  Close Power BI and re-open it and open that file.  Then, in that file, do the Refresh and then check to see if it is there.  If it is, re-publish and see if it is now there on the Service side.  Refresh on the Service side and see if there is an error.  If there is an error still after all of that, then go backto desktop and save a renamed version of the report and publish that and see if the renamed version works.

 

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Community Support Team _Charlotte

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v-zhangti
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Hi, @performanceren 

 

Sometimes this error is because a column was moved, renamed or removed in the original data source.  You should try to open PBI desktop, clear your cache.  Then, just to be paranoid about it.  Close Power BI and re-open it and open that file.  Then, in that file, do the Refresh and then check to see if it is there.  If it is, re-publish and see if it is now there on the Service side.  Refresh on the Service side and see if there is an error.  If there is an error still after all of that, then go backto desktop and save a renamed version of the report and publish that and see if the renamed version works.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _Charlotte

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aj1973
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Hi @performanceren 

I recommend that you open Power Query and check out the Steps Applied, Check also if there is a step that is greyed out, means that the query folding can't run against the source

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Hey.

There is no step in power query. Just importing the table

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