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Quickbooks Online General Ledger Table is gone

I use PowerBI desktop to connect to Quickbooks online. I use the General Ledger table to do most of my reporting. However, it looks like the authentication for QBO changed so, I can no longer add tables using the old data sources, or login to different QBO companies. So, I am trying to use the new QBO connection in PowerBI, but when I do the General Ledger Table is not an option...

 

Here is how I was connecting to the General Ledger Table:

 

 

let
Source = QuickBooks.Tables(),
generalledger = Source{[Key="generalledger"]}[Data]
in
generalledger

 

 

Annotation 2020-01-20 150854.png

 

In the new connection, the General Ledger table is not an option:

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Please tell me that others are having the same issue and that there is a fix. The General Ledger Table was amazing and is why I was using this connection over just downloading the data through an ETL.

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Re: Quickbooks Online General Ledger Table is gone

Hi @NimblAdmin 

We currently support two QBO connectors.

The old connector has the "General Ledger" table, the new one does not. If the customer is trying to connect to QBO using the Get Data button -> QuickBooks Online they will be connecting to the new connector.
Please try accessing the old connector via a Blank Query.

Enter = QuickBooks.Tables() in the formula bar and enter credentials when prompted. This will show the customer to following

Capture10.JPG

Best Regards
Maggie
Community Support Team _ Maggie Li
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Re: Quickbooks Online General Ledger Table is gone

I spoke with Power BI support on this issue and we found updating to the latest version of Power BI desktop fixed the issue with the older connector that lets you pull the GL data.

View solution in original post

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Re: Quickbooks Online General Ledger Table is gone

Hi @NimblAdmin 

We currently support two QBO connectors.

The old connector has the "General Ledger" table, the new one does not. If the customer is trying to connect to QBO using the Get Data button -> QuickBooks Online they will be connecting to the new connector.
Please try accessing the old connector via a Blank Query.

Enter = QuickBooks.Tables() in the formula bar and enter credentials when prompted. This will show the customer to following

Capture10.JPG

Best Regards
Maggie
Community Support Team _ Maggie Li
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

View solution in original post

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Re: Quickbooks Online General Ledger Table is gone

This is awesome, but when I try to add credentials, this is what I get.

After I type in QuickBooks.Tables(), I select Data source Settings, Edit permissions, Edit, Sign in as different user (because I need to access a specific client account). Then, I get this instead of a login screen.

 

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Re: Quickbooks Online General Ledger Table is gone

I have the exact same problem, even though I have Full access to QBO of the client. 

 

Any idea why the NEW Third-Party App shows up when we are trying to connect to QBO?

 

Thank you,

Abtin 

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Re: Quickbooks Online General Ledger Table is gone

I spoke with Power BI support on this issue and we found updating to the latest version of Power BI desktop fixed the issue with the older connector that lets you pull the GL data.

View solution in original post

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