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Helper III
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Added Columns not found in the Query

Hallo Everyone,

I have SQL DB

I have created 4 new Columns in a data table. However I can not find these new Columns when I go to Edit query. 

 

Is there a way a round that? somehow to include them as well. 

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Re: Added Columns not found in the Query

Hi @TatyDo 

 

If you added the column in SQL DB, when you refresh the datasource in desktop, it should be displaying as normal.

Here's similar post could be your reference:

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Column-not-showing/td-p/374480 

 

If you added the calculated column in model view, please note that any column that you "Add" ( as a formula) , does not appear in "Edit Query"

 

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Super User VI
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Re: Added Columns not found in the Query

Check your Source step to see if there is a clause limiting the number of columns.  Some connectors auto populate that based on first time connection to source.

 

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Re: Added Columns not found in the Query

@mahoneypat  Thank you for your answer. I checked the advanced editor and I do not see any column restriction 

 

Source = Sql.Databases("........."),

    NS = Source{[Name="NS"]}[Data],

    NPO = NS{[Schema="NS",Item="PO"]}[Data],

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Super User VI

Re: Added Columns not found in the Query

Are you using a SQL script in the Advanced window of the SQL connector that limits the fields?  I don't do much with SQL beyond that so will be out of ideas if not.

 

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Re: Added Columns not found in the Query

@mahoneypat  Could you expalin to me how can I find out? 

I mean to find out I am  using a SQL script in the Advanced window of the SQL connector that limits the fields.

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Re: Added Columns not found in the Query

You would have added that SQL script, so that is probably not it.  If you click on the gear icon for the Source step and then expand the Advanced Options window.

 

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Re: Added Columns not found in the Query

@mahoneypat  no nothing was added to edited there. 

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Re: Added Columns not found in the Query

@TatyDo ,

Try like

https://radacad.com/add-or-edit-columns-when-importing-data-from-analysis-services-into-power-bi



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Re: Added Columns not found in the Query

@amitchandak  Thank you for your reply. 

I was refering when I add a column to the table section in power BI. I want to see if it is possibl to see it in the Query. 

I was refering to the 2020-05-19 15_23_40-Presentation1 - PowerPoint.jpg

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Re: Added Columns not found in the Query

@TatyDo , I doubt you can. You will see what you got from DB and Created there in Edit Query



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