Power BI Report Builder for non-Premium datasets

Das ist wirklich groß. Jetzt können Reports auch ohne Premium Abo im Report Builder erstellt werden. Und wenn dann hoffentlich bald eine Veröffentlichung im Power BI möglich sein wird, dann ist das wirklich eine runde Sache. SSRS watch out, Winter is coming …

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Announcing support for non-Premium Power BI datasets in Power BI Paginated Report Builder

One of the things you should know when working with PowerQuery is that you can get a list of all functions in M by adding a blank query and use the #shared expression to get all the functions. This can be turned into a table by clicking the „Into Table“ button on the ribbon and […]

über How to get help for any function in #PowerQuery — Erik Svensen – Blog about Power BI, Power Apps, Power Query

This planned Blog-Series is dedicated to Power BI with Paginated Reports. The first part handles who to start with this Feature. Paginated Reports are known from Reporting Services to create pixel perfect fitting reports, especially for Printouts and it is more an Feature of Power BI. Before Power BI comes to on premises, it was…

über Power BI Paginated Reports – 1 of ? — flip-it.de :: SQL, BI and more

Session resources: Power BI dataflows and Azure Data Lake integration

Very good presentation. Easy to follow but still packed with useful information…

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Last week I delivered two online sessions on the topic of integrating Power BI dataflows with an organizational Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 storage account. I’ve blogged on this topic before (link | link | link | link) but sometimes a presentation and demo is worth a thousand words.

On April 30th I delivered a „Power BI dataflows 201 – beyond the basics“ session for the PASS Business Intelligence Virtual Chapter. The session recording is online here, and you can download the slides here.

On May 4th I delivered a „Integrating Power BI and Azure Data Lake with dataflows and CDM Folders“ session for the SQL Saturday community event in Stockholm, Sweden. I was originally planning to deliver the Stockholm session in person, but due to circumstances beyond my control[1] I ended up presenting remotely, which meant that I could more easily record the session…

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At the airport of Copenhagen (CPH) eating my favorite burger. (Aamanns Burger). Then writing a blog. This is an awkward blog, a blog that was asked for by my colleague Jan when I spent a few days at our office. He asked if I could blog something about converting from C/AL to AL with the […]

über C/AL to AL, but better & faster — Mark Brummel Blog | Microsoft Dynamics NAV

One of my clients called me the other day and asked whether it was possible to export the selected order that was selected in the current report page – as she wanted to send the information to another user. I explained the export data feature from the visual action menu but she didn’t want to […]

über E-mail the selected record in #powerbi with #powerapps and #flow and include a CSV File with the records — Erik Svensen – Blog about Power BI, Power Apps, Power Query