I've got a powerBI model created for me by someone else. It works just fine, and seems to have a OData connection to the complete SharePoint online (Tenancy?) sites with a federated login cookie etc.
I want to modify it to read a specific file in one of those online SharePoint sites, but I can't work out the OData parameters.
Haven't had much luck with the documentation eaither.
I'm hoping to establish a connection, and get a list of available files in the site.
From a working model
= OData.Feed("https://" & Domain & #"Search Site URL" & "/_api/search/query?querytext='ContentClass:STS_Site "&#"Site Path Filter"&"'&trimduplicates=false&rowlimit="&Text.From(ResultsPerPage)&"&rowsperpage="&Text.From(ResultsPerPage)&"", null, [Headers=[Cookie="FedAuth="&getFedAuthCookieValue()&""],Implementation="2.0"])
let yooarl = "https://xxxxxxxx/_api/search/query", Source = (yooarl & "?querytext='ContentClass:STS_Site "&"xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"& "'&trimduplicates=false&rowlimit=1"& "&rowsperpage=1"),
SSource = OData.Feed(Source , [Headers=[Cookie="FedAuth="&getFedAuthCookieValue()&""],Implementation="2.0"])
Which just produces
Expression.Error: OData: The header with name 'Headers' has a value type 'Record' that is invalid. Only DateTime, Logical, Number, and Text are supported.
@Netrelemo See if below links can help you
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I forgot to mention that it's a federated login environment.
These options don;t work
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