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Publishing errors. Published report, but could not update the dataset.

Hi Microsoft.

We need an urgent bugfix.
We have tried to publish the report and overwrite an existing one, but while the publishing happened, the dataset did not refresh.
Need urgent fix!

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Thanks!

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Manual refresh in Desktop is working.
After publishing the dataset in the service crashes.

Anonymous
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On Power BI Service, set up the dataset credentials

Also,

The overwriting method worked yesterday. Only today it does not work.

I don't understand why would I need that.
I am jsut overwriting an existing pwoerbi Dataset.

Anonymous
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Added a new data source?

Replaced one.

Anonymous
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Hello!

Somehow it worked. Not sure why as the credentials were set, but once trying to publish it it cannot overwrite the dataset.

So thanks for the suggestion.

Anonymous
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Maybe you need to configture the dataset credentials?

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