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Penn Regular Visitor
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Any way to find out all the SQL Server tables used in Power BI automatically?

Hi Everyone,

 

Is there any way to set up a procedure to automatically find out all the table currently used in Power BI?

 

Is there a similar DMV in Dax Studio?

 

Thanks.

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Penn Regular Visitor
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Re: Any way to find out all the SQL Server tables used in Power BI automatically?

Hi there,

 

This does not return the exact information that I am looking for. Ideally I want to see the original server name, database name, schema name and table name in SQL Server, just like when you click on "Advanced Editor" in Power Query Editor. Currently I am doing this manually but I am asuuming there is an easier way. Thanks.

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Re: Any way to find out all the SQL Server tables used in Power BI automatically?

@Penn ,

 

You may check DMV TMSCHEMA_TABLES.

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Penn Regular Visitor
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Re: Any way to find out all the SQL Server tables used in Power BI automatically?

Hi there,

 

This does not return the exact information that I am looking for. Ideally I want to see the original server name, database name, schema name and table name in SQL Server, just like when you click on "Advanced Editor" in Power Query Editor. Currently I am doing this manually but I am asuuming there is an easier way. Thanks.

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