system.argumentException in power bi

Zahra Farahi 1 Reputation point

I'm using forcastingWithARIMA and MultiModelForcastingWithMAQ visualization in power bi desktop I get data from ssas using live connection and every thing is ok in power bi desktop but when I upload it in report server It gives system.argumenatException. I tried with other visualization the are ok too. Do have any idea about why this exception occurs?

SQL Server Reporting Services
SQL Server Reporting Services
A SQL Server technology that supports the creation, management, and delivery of both traditional, paper-oriented reports and interactive, web-based reports.
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  1. Leon Laude 85,646 Reputation points

    Hi @Zahra Farahi ,

    Power BI is currently not supported in the Q&A forums, the supported products are listed over here (more to be added later on).

    You may ask the experts in the dedicated Power BI forum over here:


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  2. Joyzhao-MSFT 15,566 Reputation points

    Hi @Zahra Farahi ,
    Power BI Report Server and the Power BI service have many similarities and some key differences. Power BI Report Server reports support almost all visualizations, including Power BI visuals. Power BI Report Server reports do not support:

    1. R visual object
    2. ArcGIS map
    3. Breadcrumb
    4. Power BI Desktop preview feature.
      More information please refer to: Comparing Power BI Report Server and the Power BI service

    ArgumentException is thrown when a method is called and at least one parameter in the passed argument does not meet the parameter specification of the called method.
    The System.ArgumentException is among a handful of .NET exceptions that were added into the .NET API, but are not typically triggered during the course of normal execution. That is to say, if you encounter a System. ArgumentException during the execution of an application, the act of throwing that particular error was put there intentionally by a developer, as a means of alerting you to a problem with your arguments, as opposed to some sort of system-level issue.

    In most cases, the common language runtime (CLR), or the particular class library you're using, will have chosen to throw a System.ArgumentException, based on the arguments you're providing.

    If you have more issues, you could ask the experts in the dedicated Power BI forum over here:

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