01-30-2017 02:39 PM
01-30-2017 11:10 PMSolution
Power BI embedded in SPO is going to be available in a few weeks
02-08-2017 09:57 AM
@Eyal Carmel I have now got the Power BI Web Part available in SharePoint however, I keep getting the following error when I add the part to page.
"An error occurred, please try logging out and back in and then revisiting this page. Correlation id: undefined, http response status: 400, server error code 10001, message: Missing refresh token"
I have tried pasting in the Report URl however, it is not clearing the message. Is there some Guidance on using the Web Part anywhere.
02-08-2017 12:09 PM
Hi Scott - seems you've caught us as we roll out the web part :).
1) Sign-out of sharepoint and sign back in it may resolve itself, use the button at top right for your profile, then close all browser windows and then sign back in again.
2) If your user account requires Multi-factor authentication, ensure you sign-in to SharePoint using your multi-factor authenticaiton device (phone app, smart card, etc.)
Let me know if you still can't make it work after following these steps.
02-11-2017 09:46 AM
Sure does. It absolutely "just works" and you have to love that. I'm in an ADFS deployment and was curious how it would work, if it was going to be a pain with authentication, etc. Basically, here are the steps --
Works fabulously so far in testing. Seamless, loads quickly, simple to configure. Extremely impressed so far.
05-10-2017 01:54 AM
Guys, have read correctly that in order for a user ot view a dashboard in SharEPoint they require a Power BI liecnce ?
This just sounds mad as we would have to pay out a lot of dosh just for people to view a dashboard. I understand you need a liecnce if a user wanted to edit or create a dashboard.
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