Exception Reporting in Power Query and Power BI; Part 2 Catching Error Rows for All Columns in the Table Section 2

In the first part of this series, you learned how to create an exception reporting for a column in a table using Power Query in Power BI. In the second part, you learned how to initiate that process for all columns in a table. This article continues the section one of creating exception reporting for ...

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Exception Reporting in Power Query and Power BI; Part 2 Catching Error Rows for All Columns in the Table Section 1

Previously, I have written about using Power Query transformations and functions to create an Exception report for Power BI. However, the method I mentioned there, was only doing the exception handling based on one column. In this article, I’m explaining how to do exception reporting for all columns in the entire table. There are a ...

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What Is the XMLA Endpoint for Power BI and Why Should I Care?

The news about XMLA endpoint connectivity to Power BI datasets is now all around the internet after the public preview announcement of that last week. However, I realized that the XMLA endpoint term is still too technical for many Power BI report developers. Many people come to me asking what exactly is XMLA endpoint, and ...

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Workaround for Computed Entity in Power BI Pro: Dataflow in Power BI

I have previously written about What dataflow is and scenarios of using it. I also wrote an article about Computed Entity and the important role of that for performance and data lineage. However, a Computed entity is a premium-only feature. There are sometimes that you don’t really need premium functions of Power BI, and only ...

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Dynamic Row Level Security in Power BI with Organizational Hierarchy and Multiple Positions in Many-to-Many Relationship – Part 2

In the previous post, you learned about the challenge of security when Implementing it using multiple positions scenario combined with organizational hierarchy. We started to implement the solution using DAX in row level security. This post is the second part of the solution. Prerequisite The sample dataset for this example can be downloaded from here. ...

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Dynamic Row Level Security in Power BI with Organizational Hierarchy and Multiple Positions in Many-to-Many Relationship – Part 1

I have written previously about Dynamic Row Level Security, and some of the patterns of it. Two of the most common patterns that I explained were; Organizational Hierarchy, and Many to Many situations of users and profiles. Recently I came across a couple of questions, which persuaded me to write about another pattern of dynamic ...

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Combining Dimension Tables in Power BI using Power Query: Basics and Foundations of Modeling

The article that I wrote earlier this week about the shared dimension had a lot of interest, and I’m glad it helped many of you. So I thought better to write about the basics of modeling even more. In this article, I will be focusing on a scenario that you have all faced, however, took ...

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