Postagens marcadas: Power BI Admin

Announcing Power BI Admins can upgrade classic workspaces and roadmap update

Today’s announcements give a roadmap update for workspace upgrade, content pack deprecation, and announce new tools for Power BI Admins to upgrading classic workspaces through the admin portal. Announcements: Workspace upgrade has reached general availability. We’ve started to roll-out tools for Power BI admins to upgrade classic workspaces. We’re providing a roadmap update below including dates for removing the ability to create, update, and use content packs in classic workspaces.

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Heads up: The Publish to web default is changing and it affects who can create public embed codes

In the coming weeks we will roll out a change to our default settings that requires Power BI admins to allow public embedding before end users can create new embed codes using Publish to web. The change will not affect existing embed codes, which will keep working as they have been. Read this blog to learn when the changes are coming and how you can prepare.

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Avoiding workspace loops by expanding navigation properties in the GetGroupsAsAdmin API

As a Power BI service admin, do you frequently need to list all workspaces in your tenant, and all reports, dashboards, and datasets in those workspaces as well? If the answer is yes, you probably had to build your solution such that in a first call, all workspaces had to be retrieved by using the GetGroupsAsAdmin API or the Get-PowerBIWorkspace cmdlet. It was then necessary to loop through the result set to make additional calls to get the reports, datasets and dashboards within each workspace by using the GetReportsInGroupAsAdmin, GetDashboardsInGroupAsAdmin, GetDatasetsInGroupAsAdmin APIs or the Get-PowerBIReport, Get-PowerIBDashboard, and Get-PowerBIDataset cmdlets respectively. Unfortunately, this approach is slow and inefficient. In a large Power BI environment, it is even impractical. There must be a better and more efficient way! The secret to avoiding these expensive loops is in the OData Expand Query Option ($expand)—and I am proud to announce the recent release of support for $expand in the GetGroupsAsAdmin API!

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