-> I was working on an existing Power BI desktop file and was utilizing a different SQL Server database than the one on which this Power BI file was created.
-> During the initial load I got below error,
The key didn’t match any rows in the table.
-> With this error, I clicked on “Transform Data” and check for this particular object,
Expression.Error: The key didn’t match any rows in the table.
-> I happened to check if the object dbo.Tbl_DisabledIndexes was present in the underlying database,
-> It seems like the object dbo.Tbl_DisabledIndexes is not present on the database. This Power BI Report when created based on a different database should have contained this table, but the current database doesn’t have it.
-> I corrected that by creating the table dbo.Tbl_DisabledIndexes and populated the appropriate rows into that SQL Server table.
-> Once the table was available, I reloaded the report and it worked as expected this time.
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