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aanmi
Helper I
Helper I

something's wrong with one or more field

Hi everyone

 

I'm having this error after publish my data to dashboard.

Kindly advise how can I fix this error so that I can pin to my report

 

6-20-2016 10-07-29 AM.png6-20-2016 10-07-38 AM.png

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ankitpatira
Community Champion
Community Champion

@aanmi have you changed field names or table name in power bi desktop file. to fix this you should delete your service dataset and then re-publish your pbix file.

 

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SamLester
Microsoft Employee
Microsoft Employee

As Ankit mentioned, there was a change to the underlying data set, which is causing problems. The error message refers to a column named TOTAL SALE, which is not in your data model screenshot. Go into powerbi.com and delete the data set for this project and recreate/republish it.

 

Thanks,
Sam Lester (MSFT)

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ankitpatira
Community Champion
Community Champion

@aanmi have you changed field names or table name in power bi desktop file. to fix this you should delete your service dataset and then re-publish your pbix file.

 

This is my dummy data used for map visualization. Can you tell me if there's something wrong in my data

6-20-2016 11-57-13 AM.png

SamLester
Microsoft Employee
Microsoft Employee

As Ankit mentioned, there was a change to the underlying data set, which is causing problems. The error message refers to a column named TOTAL SALE, which is not in your data model screenshot. Go into powerbi.com and delete the data set for this project and recreate/republish it.

 

Thanks,
Sam Lester (MSFT)

Hi

 

thank you for your expalanation.

Map now able to display.

But one thing to concern here is the plotted legend is not same as in PBI Desktop.

 

Below is design in PBI Desktop (pie chart as legend inside map)

6-20-2016 2-07-36 PM.png

 

But after publish, map display as below (no pie chart)

6-20-2016 2-07-28 PM.png

 

Please advise

Thank You

SamLester
Microsoft Employee
Microsoft Employee

@aanmi I would suggest that you start a new thread (and mark the other as answered) since this is a different topic. You will have others more experienced in this specific issue be able help out if the title reflects the new issue.

 

Thanks,
Sam Lester (MSFT)

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