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lakshmip1
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PowerApp portal PowerBi tiles integration giving 401 response

Hi,

 

I am trying to embed my power bi reports & dashboards to the power apps portal. I tried embedding a report, and it is working fine. But when I try to embed a single tile from my dashboard, I get a 401 error, and the integration displays that content isn't visible. However, when I try to integrate all the tiles together (Show all tiles option) it seems to be working fine.

 

Please let me know how I can solve this issue

 

Thanks,

Prasuna

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ragavanrajan
Super User
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Hi @lakshmip1 , 

 

      As per my understanding currently, there is no option to share a single tile in the dashboard. There is a very close match idea raised. Reference below 

 

https://ideas.powerbi.com/ideas/idea/?ideaid=2ef87e6e-3002-4d9f-a9c8-fc81891a3f7d 

 

If you closely look at the call if you try to embed a single tile then it is making a call to separate tile. 

 

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Hope it helps. 

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lakshmip1
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Hi @ragavanrajan,

 

Thanks for your reply.

 

Please look at the attached image, where we have powerbi component settings to embed a single tile.

 

Thanks,

Prasuna

Hi @lakshmip1 , 

 

As I mentioned earlier, you may see single tile option in the drop down but there is no way to render single tile. You can see the network call screenshot from the earlier post. Please upvote the idea. Hope it is clear now.

Hi @lakshmip1,

Hmm, this is interesting. You should be able to add a separate tile. Can you try to add the tile using powerbi liquid tag? It has a parameter called tileid where you need to provide an idea of the tile (you can find it using docs here). 

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Hi @OOlashyn , Have tried with liquid tag and used the tile id. Still no luck. Should we raise it to Microsoft? 

Hi @ragavanrajan ,

Yes, this definitely looks like a bug and we need to raise it. @justinburch can you take a look?

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Thank you @OOlashyn . Hi @justinburch . FYI. I have raised the ticket with Microsoft for this issue. 

 

Reference number / Tracking number: 2103280060000552. 

 

Thanks 

Hi @lakshmip1 , @OOlashyn  and @justinburch 

 

I have got the response from Microsoft. 

 

According to the Power BI Sharing and security design, a single tile cannot be shared on a web page without its dashboard. For more information, please refer to this link: Power BI tile control: reference - Power Apps | Microsoft Docs.

However, as a workaround, you can pin the tile to a single Dashboard from the Power BI side, then put this Dashboard on the  Portal’s web page. 

 

So basically one dashboard should have one single tile as of now. 

Hope it helps. 

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WAB_Dave
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Are you able to get a PowerBI Dashboard in Portal that shows a tile that is clickable?

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