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DataUsurper Regular Visitor
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Best Practice for Exporting Large Data Tables?

Hey all,

 

I have a table I created that produces 3.6M records that I need to export, I've been trying all day but PBI is randomly dropping data and for the life of me I cannot determine why. I've even tried reducing my date filters to small ranges and still, PBI drops data when copy/pasting.

 

For example, I have the raw table here listed one order where I am trying to figure out why I'm losing data.
Correct data:

Good1.png

 

Then this is after the export
Bad Data:

 

Bad1.png

 

I've changed my ranges from two months, to one, to weeks...data drops. I thought maybe it's something with this order, but it's others too. Well that and the first image cleary shows it in the raw data before export.

Is there a way I can query/filter this [non PowerQuery generated] table from Excel? Or Access? MSSQL? I also downloaded DaxStudio but am trying to figure out how to simply filter a table for export rather than create dax queries. 

Any help is very much needed, if I wasn't already fairly bald I'd be pulling out hairs by now.
Thanks fella datanaughts

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DataUsurper Regular Visitor
Regular Visitor

Re: Best Practice for Exporting Large Data Tables?

Got a bit of a work around:

  1. Connect table to DaxStudio
  2. Evaluate whole table
  3. Export whole table via text document
  4. Import into Access
    1. Filter as desired and export

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JirkaZ Regular Visitor
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Re: Best Practice for Exporting Large Data Tables?

What about using Analyze in Excel for that matter?

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DataUsurper Regular Visitor
Regular Visitor

Re: Best Practice for Exporting Large Data Tables?

I cannot because the data exceeds Excel's max limit of records, the table I am attempting to export w.out copying and pasting is 3.4m records.

DataUsurper Regular Visitor
Regular Visitor

Re: Best Practice for Exporting Large Data Tables?

Got a bit of a work around:

  1. Connect table to DaxStudio
  2. Evaluate whole table
  3. Export whole table via text document
  4. Import into Access
    1. Filter as desired and export

View solution in original post

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