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atul_kushwaha Frequent Visitor
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Re: KPI Preview Feature - SSAS Tabular

@Tsanka Just change Compatability Level to - SQL Server 2014 / SQL Server 2012 SP1 (1103).  

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Re: KPI Preview Feature - SSAS Tabular

I managed to find some time to try the KPI functionality and again with no success.

 

I have on-premise tabular cube, its compatibility level is SQL Server 2012 SP1 (1103). There are KPIs defined in the tabular mode.

 

What I tried is the following:

- connect to the cube and select the fact table. Data are imported into my model, including the defined measures. The measure with KPI is imported, but seen as three fields - value, goal and status.

- connect to the cube and import data using a MDX query. The KPIs are again imported as value, goal and status.

 

@atul_kushwaha, please advise - how did you manage to have KPIs in your tabular? Again going to Excel? What data type your KPI is in Power Desktop? Thanks

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fabianhenzler Frequent Visitor
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Re: KPI Preview Feature - SSAS Tabular

And if you need to know how to switch from any SSAS Deployment Mode to Tabular Mode without installing a new instance, you should check this out https://www.fabbblyn.com/2016/08/sql-analysis-services-tabular-mode/

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