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dnewnham
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Cannot access Salesforce work order object via Power Query or Power BI Desktop

I cannot see the Salesforce work order object via the power query or power BI desktop connector. I can succesfully view and query many other objects but the work object does not appear in the power query navigator view (see screenshot). This article states that the work order object is supported by API version 36.0 and later so perhaps power query uses an earlier version?

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Microsoft
Microsoft

Re: Cannot access Salesforce work order object via Power Query or Power BI Desktop

Hi @dnewnham,

I am not able to view your screenshot.

However, if you have sufficient permissions on these standard objects in Salesforce, and you are not able to view all standard objects which are available in API version 36.0 or later, I agree with you, the Power BI Desktop may use earlier version of Salesforce API.


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Lydia Zhang

Community Support Team _ Lydia Zhang
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strawn
Frequent Visitor

Re: Cannot access Salesforce work order object via Power Query or Power BI Desktop

To access Work Order, you can specify the version of the API used by the connector : 

 

Salesforce.Data(URL, [CreateNavigationProperties=true, ApiVersion=36.0]

 

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HansTheEnforcer
Frequent Visitor

Re: Cannot access Salesforce work order object via Power Query or Power BI Desktop

Please accept @strawn solution,

 

I can confirm this works.  FYI API version at this point in time is up to v45

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