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shatha Frequent Visitor
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How to increase number of columns imported from Salesforce object or select the columns to load

I had a problem loading SF object cases because it has over 660 columns and got the error msg "414): Request-URI Too Long"

 

I need to either increase the number of columns i am allowed to improt or pre-select the columns i need to load prior loading

 

please help

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shatha Frequent Visitor
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Re: How to increase number of columns imported from Salesforce object or select the columns to load

@v-haibl-msft

 

Thank you so much for the recommendation , but as my object contains over 660 columns I found it easier to use Table.SelectColumns and now it;s working fine.

 

Best  Regards,

Shatha

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v-haibl-msft Super Contributor
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Re: How to increase number of columns imported from Salesforce object or select the columns to load

@shatha

 

How about the result if using RemoveColumns to delete the unnecessary columns in Advanced Editor?

 

Best Regards,

Herbert

shatha Frequent Visitor
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Re: How to increase number of columns imported from Salesforce object or select the columns to load

@v-haibl-msft

 

Thank you so much for the recommendation , but as my object contains over 660 columns I found it easier to use Table.SelectColumns and now it;s working fine.

 

Best  Regards,

Shatha

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ayushnigam268 Regular Visitor
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Re: How to increase number of columns imported from Salesforce object or select the columns to load

@shatha and @v-haibl-msft, even I am facing the same problem. The solutions looks great but I am still confused. How and where do I write the function if the object is not even getting into power bi? I  mean power bi won't recognise the table and the column name until and unless the table is loaded in power bi.

 

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