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Sehr gut, mit diesen Scripts lassen sich DateDim und TimeDim Entities leicht erstellen.

Besonders gut gefällt mir der Ansatz, das durch einen Scheduled Refresh im Dataflow das CurrentDate automatisch aktualisiert wird.

„Setting up a daily refresh schedule for this DataFlow will keep the flag values current, too (i.e. [Current Day?] and [Completed Day])“

Date and Time Table M Scripts for Standard Tables in DataFlows for Power BI