This Power BI tutorial, we will discuss publish to web power bi and also, we will discuss how to fix the error contact your admin to enable embed code creation power bi, also we will see how to fix the error, publish to web power bi missing or publish to web power bi not showing.
SharePoint Online tutorial contents:
Publish to web Power bi
Power BI Publish to Web is the easiest way to embed an interactive Power BI Visualization online like websites, blog posts, etc. from any device. Also, you can edit, refresh, update or unshare the visuals which are published.
For those reports you can edit in your personal and group workspaces, for them, only this Publish to Web option is available.
There are some limitations in Publish to Web whereas currently, it is not supporting these below reports in the Power BI.
- “R” Visuals are not currently supported in Publish to web reports.
- Exporting Data from visuals in a report, which has been published to the web.
- ArcGIS Maps for Power BI visuals.
- Reports containing report-level DAX measures.
- Single sign-on data query models.
- Secure confidential or proprietary information.
- Shared and certified datasets.
- Reports using row-level security.
- Reports using any Live Connection data source, including Analysis Services Tabular, hosted on-premises, Analysis Services Multidimensional, and Azure Analysis Services.
- Reports shared to you directly or through an organizational content pack.
- Reports in a group in which you are not an edit member.
Contact your admin to enable embed code creation Power bi
In some cases, when you will click on Publish to web option in the Power BI Report, at that time you will be asked to contact a Power BI Admin to create an embed code. It will not allow creating embed code until and unless your admin will enable this Publish to Web embed codes option.
Once they will turn on, then the embed code will generate and you will be able to publish this report to the web.
You can see the below screenshot for your reference:
Power bi contact your admin to enable embed code creation
To enable the Embed codes option in the Power BI Publish to Web, Follow below steps:
- Sign in Power BI with your Admin account.
- Go to the Settings option from the top of the page.
- Click on the Admin portal.
- Click on Tenant settings from the left navigation.
- Expand Publish to web option from the right downside of the page.
- Enable this Publish to Web option if it was not enabled.
- As per your requirement, choose how embed codes work either with only allow existing codes or Allow existing and new codes.
- As per your requirement, Apply the Publish to web option either to The entire organization or to any specific security groups.
- Once it is done, Click on Apply button as shown below.
Once you will do these things, go to your specific user in the organization and there refresh the Power BI Report page.
When you will refresh the page, then at that time you will be able to generate the embed code and publish the Power BI Report to the web.
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This Power BI tutorial, we learned the below things:
- contact your admin to enable embed code creation power bi
- power bi contact your admin to enable embed code creation
- publish to web power bi
- publish to web power bi missing
- publish to web power bi not showing
Hello Everyone!! I am Bhawana a SharePoint MVP and having about 10+ years of SharePoint experience as well as in .Net technologies. I have worked in all the versions of SharePoint from wss to Office 365. I have good exposure in Customization and Migration using Nintex, Metalogix tools. Now exploring more in SharePoint 2016 🙂 Hope here I can contribute and share my knowledge to the fullest. As I believe “There is no wealth like knowledge and no poverty like ignorance”