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Power BI Dev Camp Session 12 Building Multi Language Reports in Power BI

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28.07.2021

See description below and for more information Check out Ted's blog 🤍 While Power BI provides all the features required to design and implement multi-language reports, the path to success is tricky and not intuitive. The purpose of this Dev Camp session is to explain how to use the Power BI features for Internationalization and localization from the ground up and to provide the guidance for building reports that support multiple languages. If a company or organization has the requirement of building Power BI reports that support multiple languages, it's no longer necessary to clone and maintain a separate PBIX project file for each language. Instead, they can increase reuse and lower report maintenance by designing and implementing multi-language reports. Session Prerequisites: Campers should already be familiar with data modeling and building reports in Power BI Desktop. It is also recommended (but not required) that campers are familiar with Tabular Editor and programming with C# and the .NET Framework. Campers should already be familiar with data modeling and building reports in Power BI Desktop. It is also recommended (but not required) that campers are familiar with Tabular Editor and programming with C# and the .NET Framework. Follow us on Twitter - 🤍 More questions? Try asking the Power BI Community 🤍 🤍

Power BI Dev Camp Session 18 - Developer Deep Dive into Row Level Security (RLS)

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03.02.2022

This Dev Camp session explores how to implement custom security policies in Power BI reports by designing Power BI datasets using Row Level Security (RLS). The session will begin with a quick review of creating RLS roles in Power BI Desktop and writing DAX expressions for RLS rules. The session will demonstrate common design patterns in the Power BI community for static RLS and dynamic RLS. Along the way, campers will learn how to integrate RLS security features when developing with App-Owns-Data embedding by writing RLS rule expressions which inspect the UserName and CustomData properties passed by the developer in an embed token Demo Files: 🤍 PowerPoint Slides: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter - 🤍 More questions? Try asking the Power BI Community 🤍 🤍 0:00 Intro 2:13 Row Level Security Fundamentals 21:02 Dynamic RLS Designs 32:37 Advanced RLS Designs 41:30 Using RLS in App Owns Data Embedding 44:17 Filtering in RLS Roles with UserName and CustomData #powerbi #rowlevelsecurity #RLS

Power BI Dev Camp Session 21- Report Authoring and Customization with Power BI Embedding

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02.05.2022

This Dev Camp session teaches developers how to leverage Power BI embedding features for report authoring and customization. Campers will learn how to create a self-service authoring experience using the Power BI report designer by embedding reports in edit mode. Campers will also learn how to program the Power BI JavaScript Authoring API to automate the process of adding pages and visuals to an existing report. Along the way, this session will also explore other report customization techniques such as using custom bookmarks, custom report layouts, and custom report themes. What Campers Will Learn: -Embed reports in edit mode to enable self-service customization -Allow users to create new reports and to clone existing reports -Add new visuals to report pages using the Power BI JavaScript Authoring API -Use custom bookmarks to capture personalized report settings -Customize visual appearance using custom report layouts Session Prerequisites Campers should have basic knowledge of developing with Power BI embedding and programming with the Power BI JavaScript API. 0:00 Intro 5:21 Initializing and customizing Report Pages 17:00 Creating Custom Navigation with Pages and Bookmarks 19:47 Creating Authoring Experiences with the Report Designer 34:30 Creating New Pages and Adding Visuals using Code 42:32 Embedding Reports using Custom Layouts 49:38 Adding Personalization Features using Custom Bookmarks 1:02:00 Q&A Follow us on Twitter - 🤍 More questions? Try asking the Power BI Community 🤍 🤍 #powerbi #devcamp #powerbiembedding

Power BI Dev Camp: Developing Custom Visuals for Power BI

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08.02.2021

In this video, learn how to design and implement custom visuals for Power BI. Campers will learn how to define the capabilities and data mappings for a custom visual and how to program D3-style data binding using categorical data from a Power BI dataset. The session also demonstrates how to extend a visual with custom properties and how to package a custom visual as a PBIVIZ file. Learn more: 🤍 #PowerBI #Microsoft

Power BI Dev Camp Session 13 Developing with Salesforce in Power BI Reports

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08.09.2021

This camp session focuses on developing with Power BI embedding techniques in a Salesforce environment. The session will explain how to implement User-Owns-Data embedding in Salesforce using a Single Page Application (SPA) with client-side JavaScript code written to acquire access tokens from Azure AD and program against the Power BI JavaScript API. The session also covers the more challenging task of implementing App-Owns-Data embedding in a Salesforce requirement which involves creating an Apex class that runs in the Salesforce cloud and calls to the Power BI Service under the identity of a service principal. Camper will also learn how to develop Lighting Aura components and Lightning web components which surface embedded reports on pages in a Salesforce environment. Session Prerequisites: Campers should already be familiar with the Salesforce environment and with developing with Power BI embedding. It is also recommended (but not required) that campers are familiar with the Salesforce Developer Experience (SFDX). More questions? Try asking the Power BI Community 🤍 🤍 Follow us on Twitter - 🤍 #PowerBI

Power BI Dev Camp Session 19 - Managing Power BI using the Power BI Admin APIs

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17.03.2022

This session examines using the Power BI Admin APIs to automate Power BI administrative tasks and to enforce governance in a Power BI environment. Ted Pattison is joined by Power BI Senior Program Manager, Rick Xu, as they discuss common usage scenarios for the Power BI Admin APIs such as generating a tenant-wide inventory report of workspaces and the Power BI artifacts they contain. This session will demonstrate using the Admin APIs to answer essential governance questions about which users have access to specific reports or dashboards. Campers will also learn to detect when a report has become overshared or made accessible over the public Internet using the Publish to Web feature. The session also discusses when to use the GetGroupsAsAdmin API versus when to use the Scan Workspace API. Along the way, campers will learn how to retrieve data when calling an asynchronous API operation such as the Scan Workspace API or the GetActivityEvents API to extract usage data from the Power BI activity log. #powerbi #powerbidevcamp 00:00 Welcome 02:40 Introduction to the Power BI Admin APIs 12:04 Discovering Workspaces and Artifacts 22:55 Enforcing Governance 32:40 Scanning Workspaces 41:58 Extracting Activity Events 48:18 Power BI Admin Roadmap 54:26 Power BI Community and Power BI Dev Camp Links More questions? Try asking the Power BI Community 🤍 🤍 Follow us on Twitter - 🤍

Power BI Dev Camp Session 17 - Building Solutions using Power Automate and the Power BI REST API

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17.12.2021

This session teaches teaches campers how to build Power Platform solutions with flows and canvas apps that call the Power BI REST APIs. The session will start with a quick primer on creating a Power Platform custom connector and configuring authentication to call the Power BI REST API either as a user or as a service principal. Campers will learn the basics of calling the Power BI REST API to return data on workspaces, datasets, reports and dashboards. The session will demonstrate how to call the Power BI REST API from a canvas apps and how to automate common Power BI builder tasks such as importing PBIX files, refreshing datasets and exporting reports to PDF files. The session also explains what's required to call the Power BI Admin APIs in a flow to export events from the Power BI activity log and to scan workspaces to inventory the reports and datasets that exist within a Power BI tenant. Today's Session Page: 🤍 Sample Code: 🤍 GitHub - PowerBiDevCamp/Power-Automate-with-Power-BI: Sample canvas apps, flows and custom connectors calling the Power BI REST API Sample canvas apps, flows and custom connectors calling the Power BI REST API. Documentation 🤍 Power BI REST APIs for embedded analytics and automation - Power BI REST API This article provides an overview for the Power BI REST APIs which can be used for Power BI embedded analytics and automation. Slides 🤍 Follow us on Twitter - 🤍 More questions? Try asking the Power BI Community at: 🤍 0:00 Intro 3:11 Creating a Power Platform Custom Connector 20:55 Calling the Power BI REST API from Canvas Apps 37:10 Calling the Power BI REST API from Flows 43:44 Q&A Section 46:48 Automating Administrative Tasks using Power BI Admin APIs 01:02:39 Outro #PowerBI #RESTAPI # PowerBIdevcamp #PowerAutomate

Power BI Dev Camp Session 20 - Scaling Multi - tenant Solutions using Service Principal Profiles

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06.04.2022

The Power BI Service has introduced a new feature known as service principal profiles which adds a powerful new dimension for scaling multi-tenant application which use App-Owns-Data embedding. The good news here is that developers no longer have to worry about the 1000 workspace limitation per service principal. Now it's possible to develop a multi-tenant application with a single service principal that can scale far above the previous 1000 workspace limit. This session will introduce the fundamental concepts and terminology of service principal profiles and demonstrate how to create and manage service principal profiles using the Power BI REST API and the Power BI .NET SDK. Campers will learn the benefits of designing a multi-tenant application which creates a new service principal profile for each new customer tenant. AppOwnsDataMultiTenant Developer Sample: 🤍 AppOwnsDataMultiTenant Sample Documentation: 🤍 PowerPoint Slides for this session: 🤍 #powerbi #powerbidevcamp 00:00 Welcome 02:33 Introduction to Service Principal Profiles 18:57 Creating and Managing Service Principal Profiles 27:11 Calling to Power BI REST API as a Service Principal Profile 37:34 Designing Multi-tenant Applications using Service Principal Profiles 48:24 Power BI Community and Power BI Dev Camp Links More questions? Try asking the Power BI Community 🤍 🤍 Follow us on Twitter - 🤍

Power BI Dev Camp Session 23 - Developing for Power BI using Azure Functions

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06.07.2022

This session explores the potential of developing Azure Functions for a Power BI environment to automate administrative tasks and the deployment of datasets and reports. Campers will get a quick primer on Azure Function essentials and then learn how to write and test Azure Functions that call the Power BI REST API. The session will step through the process retrieving authentication credentials from Azure Key Vault and calling the Power BI REST API as a service principal. This session will also demonstrate a solution that responds to CSV file uploads by automating the creation of a Power BI dataset and report on top of the data in the CSV file. The session also demonstrates developing scheduled functions which call Power BI Admin APIs and save the responses in a JSON format into Azure Blob Storage where they can be analyzed and reported on using Power BI Desktop. It is recommended (but not required) that campers have prior experience with Microsoft Azure and have access to an Azure subscription. Follow us on Twitter - 🤍 More questions? Try asking the Power BI Community 🤍 🤍 0:00 Introduction 1:52 Azure Functions Primer 18:07 Calling the Power BI REST API 37:08 Writing Data Files into Azure Storage 43:11 Automating Report Creation on Files Upload 52:15 Developing an SPA using Azure Functions 1:00:35 Q&A Section 1:03:15 Power BI Community Reminder #Microsoft #MicrosoftPowerBI

Power BI Dev Camp Session 15 Learn ALM in Power BI with Deployment Pipelines

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05.11.2021

See description below and for more information Check out Ted's blog: 🤍 This deep dive session teaches campers how to use deployment pipelines for managing the application lifecycle of datasets and reports and for enabling CI/CD in a Power BI environment. The session explains how deployment pipelines are configured to create dedicated workspaces for developing and testing Power BI artifacts including datasets, reports, dashboards and dataflows. The session will demonstrate how to deploy artifacts in a deployment pipeline from the Dev workspace to the Testing workspace and then to the Production workspace where updates are made available to all users. Along the way, campers will learn how to configure data source rules, to automate pipelines deployment using PowerShell and the Power BI REST API and to integrate deployment pipelines together with Azure DevOps pipelines. Learn more at PowerPoint Slides: 🤍 GitHub Repo- ALM-for-Power-BI: 🤍 Deployment Pipeline Automation: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter - 🤍 More questions? Try asking the Power BI Community 🤍 🤍 #PowerBI

Power BI Dev Camp: Bringing Power BI into the Dataverse through the Magic of Synapse

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28.07.2022

Most Dataverse implementations, whether they be Power Apps or Dynamics 365 CE on the front-end, contain amazingly valuable data for the end-users and for the organizations' leadership. Although Direct Query is one way to connect Power BI to Dataverse, enterprise deployments will benefit from using Synapse Link feature which is far more appropriate for larger data volumes. Join Scott Sewell, Principal Program Manager with the Microsoft Power BI Customer Advisory Team to learn the surprising options and best practices (and potential pitfalls) of connecting Power BI with Dataverse though Synapse Server. It is recommended (but not required) that campers have experience working with Dataverse with either Power Apps or Dynamics 365 CE. Follow Scott Sewell on LinkedIn - 🤍 Scott Sewell's PowerPoint Deck - 🤍 Learn more about Azure Synapse Link - 🤍 Data Export Service Blog- 🤍 Data Export Service Playbook - 🤍 Script to Quickly Create Dataverse Views in Azure Synapse - with the Metadata Labels - 🤍 Dataverse to Power BI connectivity with Azure Synapse Link 🤍 #powerbi #powerbidevcamp #devcamp

Power BI Dev Camp March Intro to M Programming

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19.04.2021

This camp session will provide a fast-paced primer on the fundamentals of the M programming language. The goal of this session is to give campers a stronger foundation for working directly with M code in the Advanced Editor when designing queries for datasets in Power BI Desktop or when designing queries for dataflows in the browser. Follow us on Twitter - 🤍 More questions? Try asking the Power BI Community 🤍 🤍

Power BI Dev Camp Session 14 Developing Power BI for Dataverse + Power Apps and Dynamics 365 CE

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11.10.2021

In this camp session, Scott Sewel of the Power BI CAT team will demonstrate the value that Power BI brings to the Power Platform, specifically working with Dataverse, PowerApps and Dynamics 365 CE. The session will examine the different options for connecting from Power BI to the Dataverse and discuss the strengths, features, and limitations of each of these options. The sessions will look at how to implement a report in Dataverse as a general Dashboard – or as a filtered report on a record for powerful contextual reporting. Attendees should be familiar with building Power BI reports and working with either Power Apps or Dynamics 365. More questions? Try asking the Power BI Community 🤍 🤍 Follow us on Twitter - 🤍

Power BI Dev Camp -Developing for Power BI with .NET Core | Community Webinars

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10.09.2020

This month's Power BI Dev Camp session will teach campers how to develop a .NET Core web application that interacts with the Power BI Service API and implements Power BI embedding. Campers will learn how to program authentication using the latest addition to Microsoft's Authentication Libraries (MSAL), named Microsoft.Identity.Web, designed especially for .NET Core 3.1 and .NET 5. Learn how to configure a .NET Core web application project with support for TypeScript to experience rich IntelliSense and compile-time type checking when writing client-side code using the Power BI JavaScript API. Learn more about analytics and business intelligence tools, here: 🤍 #Microsoft #PowerBI

Power BI Dev Camp: Best Practices to Improve Power BI Performance and Design

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15.06.2021

This session will be hosted by Michael Kovalsky from the Power BI Customer Advisory Team (PBICAT). In this session, Michael will teach attendees how to automatically scan their model to ensure that it aligns to standard best practices for performance and design. Additionally, this session will introduce a new tool which can be used to facilitate the automation of model processing for all varieties of tabular models. Campers should already have intermediate to advanced skills building and designing data models using Power BI Desktop. Follow us on Twitter - 🤍 More questions? Try asking the Power BI Community 🤍 🤍

Power BI Dev Camp Session 16 - Using the ExportReportToFile API To Generate PDF and Image Files

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24.11.2021

In this session of Power BI Dev Camp, Ted Pattison teaches campers how to use the ExportReportToFile API to export reports from a Power BI workspace into commonly-used file formats including PDF, XLSX, CSV, XML, PPTX and PNG. The session explains how to write the code to export both Power BI reports and paginated reports and explains the differences in supported output formats. Campers will learn how to apply filters and bookmarks when exporting a Power BI reports into PDF files for distribution. The session also examines advanced exporting scenarios such as how to export a single visual by itself and how to leverage the ExportReportToFile API in an App-Owns-Data embedding scenario. Resources Information about this session 🤍 ExportReportToFile Developer Sample 🤍 ExportWithAppOwnsData Developer Sample 🤍 Learn more at Microsoft Documentation for Power BI Export API: 🤍 PowerPoint Slides for this session 🤍 Follow us on Twitter - 🤍 More questions? Try asking the Power BI Community 🤍 🤍 #PowerBI

Power BI Dev Camp Session 22 - Custom Functions and Documentation in Power Query with Alex Powers

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01.06.2022

This Dev camp session is guest led by Alex Power from the Power BI CAT team. Alex will teach you how to get started with creating custom functions to aid in the reusability of transformation patterns and how to add robust documentation to your Power Query queries. As this is a code first session, we’ll explore primitive and structured data types, implicit and explicit return values, the Power Query / M language VS Code extension and more. The information presented in this session will be applicable to all places where Power Query is found. Campers should be familiar with creating and testing queries using Power Query. Previous experience reading and writing M code in the Advanced Editor window is helpful but not required. Notes and Documentation for Tutorial Walkthrough -🤍 Power BI Workshops available in GitHub - 🤍 00:00 Intro 4:26 Session materials 5:25 Introduce the Power Query language service for VS Code 8:23 Discuss Power Query Values 15:05 Explore Custom Functions 34:40 Add documentation to our custom functions 56:43 Upcoming Sessions Follow us on Twitter - 🤍 More questions? Try asking the Power BI Community 🤍 🤍 #Microsoft #MicrsoftPowerBI

Power BI Dev Camp: Embedding Power BI reports using React.JS

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13.01.2021

This session will build upon the earlier Power BI Dev Camp session which examined embedding reports with the Power BI JavaScript API. In this session, campers will learn to develop single-page applications (SPAs) to embed Power BI reports using the ever-popular React.js library. You'll learn how to set up a new React.js development project using Node.js, TypeScript, webpack, and Visual Studio Code. The session will also demonstrate the best practices in SPA development for authenticating users and acquiring access tokens using Microsoft's new authentication library named msal-browser. Campers will also learn how to design a SPA application using React components for routing, navigation, and Power BI embedding. Learn more: 🤍 #PowerBI #Microsoft

Power BI Dev Camp: how to program datasets using the Tabular Object Model (TOM)

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05.01.2021

Presented by DAX expert, Phil Seamark: In this camp session, we examine how to query and modify #Microsoft #PowerBI datasets using C# and the Tabular Object Model (TOM). Discover how to connect to a local data model running in Power BI Desktop as well as how to connect to data models in the Power BI Service through the XMLA endpoint. Campers will learn how to write C# programs to automate some of the more tedious aspects of building Power BI data models as well as how to integrate these programs into Power BI Desktop with its support for external tools.

Power BI Dev Camp June 2022 Promo - Writing Azure Functions to call the Power BI REST API

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15.06.2022

In this session, Ted Pattison explores the potential of developing Azure Functions for a Power BI environment to automate administrative tasks and the deployment of datasets and reports. Campers will get a quick primer on Azure Function essentials and then learn how to write and test Azure Functions that call the Power BI REST API. The session will step through the process retrieving authentication credentials from Azure Key Vault and calling the Power BI REST API as a service principal. This session will also demonstrate a solution that responds to CSV file uploads by automating the creation of a Power BI dataset and report on top of the data in the CSV file. The session also demonstrates developing scheduled functions which call Power BI Admin APIs and save the responses in a JSON format into Azure Blob Storage where they can be analyzed and reported on using Power BI Desktop. It is recommended (but not required) that camper have experience with Microsoft Azure and have access to an Azure subscription. Join us on June 30th 2022 at 🤍 Follow us on Twitter - 🤍 More questions? Try asking the Power BI Community 🤍 🤍 #powerbi #devcamp #azure #restapi

Power BI Dev Camp May 2022 Promo - Custom Functions and Documentations in Power Query

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18.05.2022

Join Ted Pattison as he welcomes Alex Powers to discuss Custom Functions and Documentations in Power Query Join us on May 26th 2022 at 11am Pacific/1pm Eastern Time here - 🤍 Follow us on Twitter - 🤍 More questions? Try asking the Power BI Community 🤍 🤍 #powerbidevcamp #powerquery #CustomFunctions

Module 1: Power BI Overview (Part 1 of 4) | Power BI Developer in a Day

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16.11.2021

In this video, Peter Myers (Microsoft Most Valued Professional, and course developer) and Alon Baram (Senior product manager) introduce Power BI, Power BI roles, and Power BI licensing. It is video 3 of 21. The Power BI Developer in a Day online course empowers you as an app developer with the technical knowledge required to embed Power BI content. We recommend you watch the videos in the recorded sequence, starting with video 1 and ending with video 21. For more information about the online course and the downloadable self-study kit, see 🤍 Follow us on Twitter - 🤍 More questions? Try asking the Power BI Community 🤍 🤍 #PowerBI #PowerBIembedded #PowerBIdeveloper

Power Break [EN] | How to create a Multi Lingual Power BI Report | Ferenc Csonka

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04.11.2020

Power Break 2020-10-19 Follow the next event live and interact with experts via 🤍 Session materials: to follow LET'S CONNECT! 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍

Power BI DevOps for Enterprise Projects

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20.08.2021

Links: Sign up to our Meetup group 🤍 Join our LinkedIn group 🤍 Follow us on Twitter 🤍 ...and of course don't forget to subscribe to our channel, like the video, and hit the bell! It really helps us in our mission to produce free content for the masses. Session Details: Working on projects with many PowerBI Datasets and Reports between multiple environments can be challenging. Often PowerBI reports or models may be developed “adhoc” direct into a production workspace. But what if you need to follow an enterprise SDLC with DEV, TST and PRD environments and a need for a more formal release and monitoring process with pipelines and source control? Speaker: Bob Duffy is a Data Platform MVP from Dublin, Ireland who is MCA, MCM and Analysis Services “Maestro” certified. Bob used to work for Microsoft Consulting Services a Senior Consultant and subject matter expert for BI/data. He now works at the Prodata SQL Centre of Excellence in Dublin, Ireland where he helps enterprise customers with design, performance tuning, benchmarking and pretty much anything to do with SQL Server or Business Intelligence on larger projects. Host/s: Mark Broadbent. Mikael Wedham. Originally recorded on 19th May 2021. Video Production: Mark Broadbent 20th August 2021.

Using the Power BI Export API to Generate PDF and Image Files by Ted Pattison [User Group Recording]

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26.05.2022

Auckland Power BI user group recording Using the Power BI Export API to Generate PDF and Image Files This session teaches campers how to use the ExportReportToFile API to export reports from a Power BI workspace into commonly-used file formats including PDF, XLSX, CSV, XML, PPTX and PNG. The session explains how to write the code to export both Power BI reports and paginated reports and explains the differences in supported output formats. Campers will learn how to apply filters and bookmarks when exporting a Power BI reports into PDF files for distribution. The session also examines advanced exporting scenarios such as how to export a single visual by itself and how to leverage the ExportReportToFile API in an App-Owns-Data embedding scenario. Ted Pattison works at Microsoft on the Power BI Customer Advisory Team (CAT). Before Ted joined Microsoft in March of 2020, he received the Microsoft MVP award for 15 consecutive years for his contributions to the developer community in Power BI, Power Apps, Azure AD and SharePoint Online.

Power BI CI/CD with Tabular Editor - Daniel Otykier

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15.03.2021

Every Business Intelligence team should aspire to fully automate the build, test, and deployment of their BI solution. Something that is not an easy thing to do using the standard tools within the Microsoft BI stack. Thanks to Tabular Editor, however, we now have a tool that enables all the disciplines of continuous integration and delivery - at least for Power BI Datasets and Analysis Services Tabular models. In this session, we will demonstrate an end-to-end Azure BI solution with a Power BI Dataset on top, which is continuously built, tested, and deployed using GIT and Azure DevOps. The secret sauce is Tabular Editor's Command-line Interface, which allows us to make validation deployments, run a Best Practice analysis, and more, directly from within an Azure DevOps pipeline. In Power BI, this is all enabled by the XMLA read/write endpoint. Furthermore, thanks to Tabular Editor's folder serialization, merge conflicts are a thing of the past - even when multiple developers work simultaneously on the same data model! Watch the session recording from PASS Summit 2020. For updates on the future of PASS, SQLSaturdays and PASS Summit opt in here: 🤍

Advanced Data Set Programming with Power BI

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17.05.2021

This session will explore advanced dataset programming techniques using both the Power BI Service API and the Tabular Object Model (TOM). The session explains how to use the Power BI Service API to import PBIX files, update dataset parameters, set datasource credentials and start refresh operations. Campers will also learn how to create and clone datasets in the Power BI Service as well as how to write the code to extend the data model for a dataset by adding tables, columns, measures, hierarchies and table relationships. This session will also cover the essential dataset management topics including how to automate setting datasource credentials and and running dataset refresh operations. Along the way, camper will learn when and how to run automated dataset operations using a service principal instead of a user identity. Follow us on Twitter - 🤍 More questions? Try asking the Power BI Community 🤍 🤍

Modern Analytics Academy Vignette: Power BI Deployment Pipelines

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18.05.2022

Analytics is a vital part of decision making, and more than ever creators must collaborate effectively to author reliable and available reports. This session will look at the deployment pipelines tool in Power BI, allowing creators to manage the lifecycle (develop and test) before moving into production.

Formation Complète Power BI Section 03-03 - Importer un visuel personnalisé du marketplace

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Section 03 - Visualisation des données (Datavisualisation ou Dataviz) Session 03 - Importer un visuel personnalisé (custom visual) du marketplace 📝Télécharger les fichiers de travail : 🤍 📌Accéder à la Playlist complète : 🤍 ⭐️Découvrez nos formations Power BI & DAX⭐️ ☑️Formation Complète Power BI niveau débutant : 🤍 ☑️Formation Complète Power BI niveau intermédiaire et avancée : 🤍 #powerbi #dax #powerquery

Power BI API Extravaganza! by Rui Romano

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27.01.2022

Follow us and subscribe for the latest content: Meetup: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Session: This session aims to provide an intro to the Power BI REST APIs and present some practical use cases & scenarios: - Monitoring - Productivity & Automation - PowerPlatform Integration - Administration - Realtime - ... Speaker Bio: Rui is passionate about data and a frequent speaker on Microsoft events. Lives in Portugal and works as a Senior Program Manager 🤍 Microsoft | Power BI CAT * Stay CONNECTED! * 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 #PowerBI #UserGroup

Implementing Proper Version Control in Power BI! (with Steve Campbell)

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31.07.2021

In this session, we will explore different techniques for version control in Power BI. This is an important concept in software development, often overlooked by business users. We will explore options for different size models, thin report files and advantages of different techniques. • What is git, DevOps and version control? • Learn how multiple users can work on shared files • Learn how to safely edit files, see versions and changes or roll back changes if something goes wrong • Explore Microsoft recommendations, different options and their pros, cons and price GUEST BIO (STEVE CAMPBELL) 👤 For my job, I lead the Power BI team for Cognizant MBG in the UK. Outside of this I love to blog on PowerBI.tips, present at conferences and webinars, and co-run the Brew City Power Platform user group. I love learning about data and sharing what I’ve learned. I also used to teach Power BI at the university in Milwaukee. I’m a Data Platform MVP and an MCT (Microsoft Certified Trainer) – it’s a fantastic community and I recommend being a part of it! RELATED CONTENT 🔗 LinkedIn 🤍 Blogs 🤍 User Group 🤍 PowerBI.tips Version Control 🤍 LET'S CONNECT! 🧑🏽‍🤝‍🧑🏽 🌟 🤍 🤍 🤍 HAVENS CONSULTING PAGES 📄 Home Page 🤍 Blog 🤍 Blog Files 🤍 Files & Templates 🤍 Consulting Services 🤍 Online Course 🤍 Contact & Support 🤍 EMAIL US AT 📧 info🤍havensconsulting.net #PowerBI #powerplatform #microsoft #businessintelligence #datascience #data #dataanalytics #excel #powerapps #datavisualization #dashboard #bi #analytics #dax #service #fts #versioncontrol #github #sharepoint #onedrive

What You Need to Know to Administer Power BI | Melissa Coates

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25.03.2022

Melissa Coates is the owner of Coates Data Strategies. Her current professional focus is on Power BI governance, deployment, security, and administration. Melissa is the creator of the comprehensive Power BI Deployment and Governance online course. She is big supporter of the technical community, and has been a Microsoft Data Platform MVP since 2013. When Melissa steps away from the keyboard, you can probably find her hanging out with her dog, paddle boarding, or playing in the garden. Connect with Speaker LinkedIn: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 www: 🤍

Online Awareness Session Power BI - COEPD - 01/01/2021

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01.01.2022

Business Analyst has a key role in creating project success stories for every IT company in the industry. We at COEPD teach the subject with professional interest keeping in view the challenging areas of the IT Industry. #COEPD #FreeOnlineBusinessAnalystTraining #Hyderabad #Pune #Bangalore #Chennai #BusinessAnalyst #BA #FreeSeminar #BestInstitute #Top10Trainings Know more about our Training Hyderabad 🤍 🤍 Chennai 🤍 🤍 Pune 🤍 🤍 Mumbai 🤍 🤍 Bangalore 🤍 🤍 Follow us to know more about the upcoming Batch details: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

Introduction to PowerBI Deployment Pipelines

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14.01.2022

Join Rich Bendickson of Dashboard Gear for an introduction to PowerBI deployment pipelines.

Developing with Net 5 and App Owns Data Embedding

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07.04.2021

Learn how to develop cutting-edge web applications using .NET 5, Azure AD and the App-Owns-Data embedding model in Power BI. Campers will get increasingly excited as the learn how to implement App-Owns-Data embedding in a custom .NET 5 web application which involves first calling the Power BI Service API and then afterwards calling the Power BI JavaScript API with client-side code in the browser to complete the embedding process. More questions? Try asking the Power BI Community 🤍 🤍 Follow us on Twitter - 🤍

Power Bi embedded Live Session

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21.12.2016

I am going to show demo on how we can integrate powerbi reports in any application also i will show the RLS feature in power bi embedded

Leverage Power BI automation using APIs and Power Automate by Andrea Martorana Tusa

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20.02.2022

Power BI is a cloud-based service; it means that it comes along with a standard set of APIs that provides access to its internal resources such as reports, datasets, rows. Using APIs gives more flexibility and allows to build custom dashboard applications either for administering or query the service. And if you combine the power of APIs with Power Automate, you can automate some background processes such as adding users, granting rights, update or refresh datasets, ... The session is demo only. A complete walk-through to the process, will show you how to register an app, create a custom connector and leverage Power BI API actions by triggering a Power Automate object.

Chapter 5 Power BI Background using Power Point

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04.04.2022

Create a simple Power Bi background Tempalte using Power BI

IIoT & analytics with Power BI's REST API stream dataset

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16.12.2021

This video shows how to use SIA Connect to connect data from the shop floor and buildings into Power BI by using its REST API stream dataset. For further information of how to connect PLCs, meters, robots and industrial equipment please refer to our guide and official website: 🤍 Official website of SIA Connect: 🤍 SIA Connect IIoT gateway support the following protocols & devices and can stream their data into PowerBI: - OPC-UA - Modbus TCP - Modbus RTU - BACnet IP - BACnet MS/TP - M-Bus - Wireless M-Bus - Siemens S7 (300/400/1200/1500) - Siemens LOGO! - Allen-Bradley Ethernet/IP (ControlLogix, CompactLogix, MicroLogix, FlexLogix, Micro800) - Omron FINS & Host Link (CJ, CP, CS, NJ, NX, CQM) - Mitsubishi MELSEC / MC - Beckhoff TwinCAT ADS - CAMP/NITP (TI505) - Universal Robots RTDE (UR3, UR5, UR10, UR16) - Keyence KV - IFM Electronic VSE modules - SQL & MySQL databases - Schneider Electric Modicon - Wago - ABB - B&R - Bosch Rexroth - Festo - GE General Electric - Hitachi - Emerson - Phoenix Contact - Honeywell - Trend and many more.. For a full and updated list of compatible protocols and devices please refer to: 🤍

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