Failed to load the SSAS template table from a query with the #temp table

We have several situations in which complex queries are used to create / fill tables in our SSAS tabular model.

Actual use cases can not be shown here because of the proprietary information and the length of the queries, but the following test case illustrates the situation:

SELECT the service name, i.instanceID, i.InstanceName, i.ClientVersion, i.MajorVersion
INTO #InstanceList
FROM ServerLookup s
INNER JOIN InstanceLookup i
ON i.ServerID = s.ServerID

SELECT i.Servername, i.InstanceName, i.ClientVersion, i.MajorVersion, im.EntryDescription, im.MonitorID
INTO #InstanceMonitoring
DE #InstanceList i
INNER JOIN InstanceMonitor im
ON im.InstanceID = i.InstanceID

SELECT i.ServerName, i.instanceName, m.MonitorName, m.MonitorDescription
DE #InstanceMonitoring i
INNER JOIN MonitorLookup m on m.MonitorID = i.MonitorID

The query executes end in SSMS, but when we try to create a table in our tabular model, the following error is generated:

Failed to save changes to the server. Error returned: OLE DB or ODBC error. & # 39 ;.

There is no other information about the error.

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