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New developer samples for update data sources and encrypt credentials

We’re happy to announce new developer samples that will show you how to add data source, update data source, and encrypt credentials. In the new samples you’ll find an end-to-end flow of all the required Power BI REST APIs. The samples are available in .NET Core, Java, and Python. You can find the new samples … Continue reading “New developer samples for update data sources and encrypt credentials”

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Embed Power BI in Salesforce

We’re excited to introduce new developer samples for embedding Power BI analytics in Salesforce. You can embed Power BI report, dashboards and more in Salesforce for your organization or for your customers. By embedding Power BI in Salesforce, your users will have access to Power BI interactive data visualizations that can be connected to all … Continue reading “Embed Power BI in Salesforce”

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Announcing Power BI in Jupyter notebooks

We’re excited to announce the release of Power BI in Jupyter notebooks. You can now tell compelling data stories with Power BI in Jupyter notebooks. Get your Power BI analytics in a Jupyter notebook with the new powerbiclient Python package. The new package lets you embed Power BI reports in Jupyter notebooks easily. You’ll be … Continue reading “Announcing Power BI in Jupyter notebooks”

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Announcing support for backup and restore of Power BI datasets

e are excited to announce the public preview of Backup and Restore for datasets in Power BI Premium and Premium per User (PPU). You can now use SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS), Analysis Services cmdlets for PowerShell, and other tools to perform backup and restore operations in Power BI via XMLA endpoints in much the same way as you would for tabular models in Azure Analysis Services (Azure AS).

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Community and third-party tools for developing enterprise-level Power BI and Analysis Services models

Over the past few years, along with the high adoption rate of Power BI, also came the development of new tools by the Power BI community. Customers, partners, and individual users are contributing tools that improve the productivity of users creating models and reports in Power BI. It’s an evolution of a trend that started several years ago with tools that support developers using Analysis Services as a backend platform for their enterprise Business Intelligence solutions.

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Using XMLA endpoints to change data sources in a Power BI dataset

The purpose of this article is to provide Power BI developers with a deeper understanding of the dependencies when updating data sources in a Power BI dataset through XMLA endpoints. Most importantly, Power BI maintains security-related data source information such as credentials and privacy settings outside the dataset, whereas Azure Analysis Services and SQL Server Analysis Services maintain these settings in the data model.

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Power BI April 2021 Feature Summary

Welcome to the first Power BI feature summary of the Spring! In this update we have an exciting new preview for the Power Automate visual! Also, the ongoing previews (Small Multiples and DirectQuery for Power BI datasets and Azure Analysis Services) are getting some new features. Next to that, we are presenting huge improvements to the shapes in Power BI Desktop and we are introducing a new, easier, way to share reports. To top it off, enhancements to Sensitivity Labels provide for even better protection of your data. Of course, there is much more, so read on!

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