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setis
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Refer to RangeStart in query for incremental refresh

I'm trying to make the RangeStart filtering directly in the query and I need help to refer to the RangeStart parameter in the query in advanced editor. 

 

my original query says:  -- where ( task0.createdonutc >= '20191231 23:00:00' --

I am trying:  -- where ( task0.createdonutc >= #"RangeStart" --

or  -- where ( task0.createdonutc >= RangeStart  -- //and I get an error: Invalid column name 'RangeStart'

 

The format of my RangeStart is 01-01-2020 00:00:00

 

How can I refer to RangeStart (which is Date time too) in the query?

 

Thank you in advance 

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amitchandak
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@setis , In power query for me it is working like

 

each [task0.createdonutc] >= RangeStart

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amitchandak
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@setis , In power query for me it is working like

 

each [task0.createdonutc] >= RangeStart

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@amitchandak thanks,

 

I'm looking for a way to place it in the advance editor inside the query, not as an extra step. Do you know how to do that?

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