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josegdiazv
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Error after running Dataflow from Azure SQL DB

Hi All,

 

I am getting a wired error after I try to run a dataflow connected to an Azure SQL DB (see attachment) any ideas on how can I address this error?

 

Thank you,

 

Jose G Diaz

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CharlesS
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Ah yes, this is a pretty common problem we have all been dealing with. 

 

You will notice that your column data types in PowerQuery are of the Int64 (Integer) type (look in the Advanced Editor). Oddly, this is not supported by Dataverse. Using the Advanced Editor, change the Int64 for Int32 and it should work.... that is if you are using relatively small numbers which Int32 can support. If not, you will need to use a text field instead.

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CharlesS
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Advocate IV

Ah yes, this is a pretty common problem we have all been dealing with. 

 

You will notice that your column data types in PowerQuery are of the Int64 (Integer) type (look in the Advanced Editor). Oddly, this is not supported by Dataverse. Using the Advanced Editor, change the Int64 for Int32 and it should work.... that is if you are using relatively small numbers which Int32 can support. If not, you will need to use a text field instead.

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