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

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

Most of the focus on Power BI dataflows so far has been on the use of Power Query Online to load data from external data sources. However, when you create a dataflow you also have the option to attach an existing Common Data Model (CDM) folder stored in Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2: The documentation […]

über Attaching Manually-Created Common Data Model Folders In Power BI Dataflows — Chris Webb’s BI Blog

 

Receiving files from business partners that don’t match the agreed requirements/formats causes all sorts of problems in daily business. I found it particularly disturbing during month-end closing when time is really tight: You have a strict rule in which order each process has to run and there are many dependencies on each other. So when…

über Automatically validate E-mail attachments with Flow and Power BI — The BIccountant