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Helper II

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Compare DAX and M formulas in Visual Studio Code is really easy with the help of Power BI Sidetools.
As it is possible to transfer DAX and M formulas from Power BI desktop to files and to open them in Visual Studio Code, it is possible to compare two files. That’s extremely useful in many cases.

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Helper II

 

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Text and file search in Visual Studio Code is really powerful. There are different ways to search and replace. The only difficulty you will meet will be to choose among all of them.

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Microsoft
Microsoft

Refresh failure on Power BI Service for Jira connected datasets

 

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Helper V
Helper V

There are scenarios where username or userprincipalname required to use to give access but to use USERPRINCIPALNAME() dynamically and come with the different possibility.

 

Scenario 1 : In any Organisation each employee belongs to different department and  have access as per his designation. An Executive always have access to all data which is related to his employee and a Manager to his department but not to the data which belongs to Executive and similarly Lower Level employee will have access to his data only.

Scenario 2. A User exists with multiple users in the same row.(Additional Example how we can use the USERPRINCIPALNAME( ))

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Super User IX
Super User IX

Customer retention refers to the ability of a company or product to retain its customers over some specified period. There are many ways to measure the data. In the last blog (blog link), we have checked MoM (Month on Month) Retention. Here, we will go through Period over Period or POP.

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Microsoft
Microsoft

I am thrilled to announce that the video from our first Power BI Dev Camp session titled Developing for Power BI using .NET Core is now available on the Power BI community video gallery. This video is accompanied by a hands-on tutorial which teaches campers how to implement Users-Owns-Data embedding with .NET Core 3.1 and Microsoft's newest authentication library, Microsoft.Identity.Web. The tutorial also teaches developers how to migrate from JavaScript to TypeScript when programming the Power BI JavaScript API. We've also made the PowerPoint slides from the session available for download for anyone who wants to review the advanced developer topics and code covered in the video.

 

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