Basically I'm trying to understand what is the mechnism behind this APR. It indicates that it sends an update query to the data source and update accordingly, but what's the difference between this APR and the Refresh command on the ribbon?
One thing I know is that APR only refreshes on the current page and Refresh command refresh all the visuals on my report. However, I don't understand why the performance wise, APR is much quicker than Refresh command, and I'm only having one page for my report.
Say I have A,B,C three attributes from my data table and I'm only using A and B on my visual. Does APR only refreshes the A and B and it won't capture the change on C?
Hope my question makes sense. Appreciate all the helps.
Thanks for getting back to me. I understand that APR needs to be on a DirectQuery data source. I think the major confusion I have had is if say I'm on a directQuery data source, what will be the difference between the APR and I manually click on the Refresh command from the ribbon? Or there is just no difference besides one is manual click and the other one is automated.
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