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ovetteabejuela Established Member
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Incremental Refresh | OneDrive | CSV

 Can I apply Incremental Refresh for my CSV files that are located in OneDrive?

 

This is the reason why I asked, the scheduled refresh are failing because of this error:

 

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ovetteabejuela Established Member
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Re: Incremental Refresh | OneDrive | CSV

We are on premium, however the question was if CSV as a souce was supported because I was getting an error on the scheduled refresh which lead me to question.

I did find out however that CSV was not supported although i was confused on another article that mentioned "Folder.Files" was supported. Hmmm. But in the end as long as the Native Query was not available, it should be enough to tell that it wasnt supported.
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ovetteabejuela Established Member
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Re: Incremental Refresh | OneDrive | CSV

Okay, I just read, "it does not work on flat files" =(. I think I'm back to the old work-around DAX UNION!

Community Support Team
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Re: Incremental Refresh | OneDrive | CSV

Hi @ovetteabejuela,

 

I'm afraid that you're right. As document has listed , the Incremental refresh is supported only for workspaces on Premium capacity. Refresh policies are defined in Power BI Desktop; they are applied by refresh operations in the service.

 

Best  Regards,

Cherry

Community Support Team _ Cherry Gao
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ovetteabejuela Established Member
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Re: Incremental Refresh | OneDrive | CSV

We are on premium, however the question was if CSV as a souce was supported because I was getting an error on the scheduled refresh which lead me to question.

I did find out however that CSV was not supported although i was confused on another article that mentioned "Folder.Files" was supported. Hmmm. But in the end as long as the Native Query was not available, it should be enough to tell that it wasnt supported.