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Zabbix 3.0 MySQL Report

I have successfully connected Power BI Desktop to our Zabbix MySQL database.  I first tried to pick and choose which tables to load and build reports with.  However, even after creating relationships between the tables, i cannot create a graph.  

The tables I chose were, Zabbix Hosts, Zabbix Items, and Zabbix History.  

 

I then loaded all tables, dozens and dozens, and allowed Power BI to auto create the relationships.  This still hasn't allowed me to create a graph.

 

Has anyone out there been able to create reports/dashboards based on Zabbix MySQL database, or know where I can find a template?

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Re: Zabbix 3.0 MySQL Report

@rsmccall33,

 

I cannot reproduce this issue. Try the latest version of Power BI Desktop and create a support ticket if necessary.

Community Support Team _ Sam Zha
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Re: Zabbix 3.0 MySQL Report

It's not so much a problem with Power BI, it's that I don't know which fields to choose from which tables to create the graph.

 

For instance, I choose 3 fields from the Zabbix History table and they appear in the table, and I choose the name field from the Zabbix Hosts table and it appears, however when i choose the value field from the Zabbix History table and choose Don't Summarize, is when the graph changes to Can't display the visual.  It'll show the values column if i choose Sum, but i don't want the sum.

 

I need to see a table that lists all servers names and their associated item values.  

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