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Power BI > Use of ISINSCOPE()

, August 28, 20201720 Views

Power BI has advanced incredibly in the last few years. Microsoft has been working their fingers to the bone to make Power BI simple to use and easily adaptable. But at times, it gives us hard time to achieve even the simplest of requirements, or at least we think so. Recently, I faced one such […]

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Embedding PowerBI Tile in PowerApps

, August 8, 20201749 Views

In our previous blog we have learnt embedding of PowerApps in Power BI report. Now, in this blog we’ll learn to embed PowerBI tiles in PowerApps. Let’s look at the steps required to add Power BI tiles in Power Apps. In PowerApps click on Insert tab. Click on Charts and then select Power BI tile […]

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PowerApps And PowerBI Integration

, July 10, 20201812 Views

Lets check out integration of PowerApps and Power BI in this blog. PowerApps and Power BI are pretty awesome tools by themselves. By combining them, we can potentially, achieve a lot more. By putting the PowerApp within the Power BI itself, we can give the user the ability to put in the data that he […]

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Power BI > Embed Dashboard/Report in D365 Sales with RLS – 4

, June 5, 2020931 Views

As there are various approaches to embed Power BI Dashboard/Report in D365 Sales, we might often use a different approach to achieve it only to realize that it doesn’t suit our cost or requirements. We have posted blogs describing the other 3 approaches but they have their own limitations regarding licenses or restriction of data […]

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Power BI > Embed Dashboard/Report in D365 Sales with RLS – 3

, June 5, 2020632 Views

We discovered several approaches to embed Power BI Dashboard/Report in D365 Sales, but each approach came with certain pre-requisites or cons that might not complement our requirements. Blogs posted earlier regarding the other 2 approaches either need Power BI Pro License for each user or it doesn’t filter out data according to the users and […]

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Power BI > Embed Dashboard/Report in D365 Sales with RLS – 2

, June 5, 2020727 Views

There are various approaches to share Power BI dashboard or report in D365 Sales and every approach has it’s own merits & demerits. Our previous blog describes an approach that doesn’t work if we need to restrict data from the users. I recommend you read through the previous blog first, to get the context. Now, […]

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Power BI > Embed Dashboard/Report in D365 Sales with RLS – 1

, June 5, 20201167 Views

Microsoft Power BI enables its global users to share the Power BI dashboard or report by embedding them in various applications and sites. Likely, we can also share them in our D365 Sales using Publish to Web or Embed URL. There are many ways to achieve this, but not all approaches fulfill the requirement to […]

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Power BI > REST API – RebindReport issue

, May 22, 2020878 Views

Power BI has advanced a lot since the last few years. We all know, that now, Power BI REST API provides service endpoints for various functionalities such as embedding, administration, interaction with report & user resources. While working on the scenario of maintaining different environments for Power BI reports such as “DEV”, “TEST” and “PROD”, […]

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Power BI > Development Cycle – DEV, TEST & PROD environments

, May 8, 20203228 Views

Nowadays, Power BI is used by many large organizations to collect information that helps their organization grow in the market. The increasing use of Power BI in such organizations, demands, mostly a development team that takes care of the reports’ development & deployment from A to Z. This demands the team to follow best practices […]

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Power BI > The magical BLANK row in table

, April 24, 20201261 Views

We all know how the basic components in Power BI should work. But as soon as you think that now you have reached the stage where you know almost all about Power BI, it leaves you open-mouthed. Recently, I came across a very weird issue – “A BLANK row getting added to the Table from nowhere” […]

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