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jaiswati Frequent Visitor
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HTTP://api.powered.com

 

Hi 

 

Access was denied when I tried to open this in the browser

https://api.powerbi.com

 

So If i write a console app , to read the Datasets in  REST api , how will it work?

 

Swati

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Moderator Eric_Zhang
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Re: HTTP://api.powered.com

@jaiswati

It requires an accessToken when trying to access the API link. To get the datasets, you can use this GET API.

You'll have to set the authentication in the request Header. This app in my test is POSTMAN.

 

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To get an accessToken for testing purpose in a quick way, follow below steps.

1. Login in Power BI service.

2. Open Chome dev tool(F12), click on any network request and find a token.

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To get the accessToken in a console application, you can reference GetAccessToken function this sample .

 

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Re: HTTP://api.powered.com

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-US/library/mt186159.aspx


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Moderator Eric_Zhang
Moderator

Re: HTTP://api.powered.com

@jaiswati

It requires an accessToken when trying to access the API link. To get the datasets, you can use this GET API.

You'll have to set the authentication in the request Header. This app in my test is POSTMAN.

 

Capture.PNG

 

To get an accessToken for testing purpose in a quick way, follow below steps.

1. Login in Power BI service.

2. Open Chome dev tool(F12), click on any network request and find a token.

Capture2.PNG

 

 

 

To get the accessToken in a console application, you can reference GetAccessToken function this sample .