Kategoriserede indlæg: Features

Visualizing views in Dynamics 365 with Power BI is now generally available

We’re very excited to announce that the Power BI integration in Dynamics 365 and model driven Power Apps, which shipped as a preview last December, is now generally available. Dynamics 365 and model driven Power Apps give organizations the ability to quickly build essential line-of-business apps in a low-code environment, increasing agility and modernizing processes. Since these apps are all built on top of Dataverse, they’re backed by your core business data. With this integration directly on views, information workers are now able to tap into this data and explore it using Power BI’s powerful data analytics capabilities without ever needing to leave their app. Just click the ‘Visualize this view’ button and let Power BI automatically create a report on top of the exact data you were looking at.

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“Data in space” in preview: Now Power BI can be truly everywhere

We live in a connected world and almost everything around us generates data. Data in Space is new feature that uses augmented reality to create persistent spatial anchors in the real world and attach Power BI content to those anchors. Data in space connects your business data to your real-world scenarios in facility management, manufacturing, retail and many more, and now employees can easily discover and use it for better, and more informed decisions.

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Unlocking new self-service BI scenarios with ExecuteQueries support in Power Automate

As part of our GA work for the ExecuteQueries REST API, we delivered a new Power Automate action to run queries against Power BI datasets. This action delivers a straightforward low-code/no-code experience to BI users who want to streamline repetitive, mundane tasks and processes. The purpose of this blog post is to help you get started running queries against datasets in Power Automate. It covers exporting data into csv files, building a solution to test datasets, and creating BI-driven cloud flows.

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Announcing general availability of the ExecuteQueries REST API

We are happy to announce that the ExecuteQueries REST API is now GA. By using this REST API, you can query datasets in Power BI from practically any modern environment on any platform, as long as you can authenticate with Azure Active Directory (AAD) and construct a Web request. The query functionality is comparable to XMLA read access, yet avoids dependencies on Analysis Services client libraries, requires no connection to XMLA endpoints, and works in Premium workspaces as well as in ordinary workspaces.

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