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PowerUp1
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Conditional Refresh Based on Date

I'd like to construct a refresh that only executes when the date is more than the 5th day of the month.  The table is a calendar table that automatically moves the current period designations along with the current calendar date.  During that first week is when the analysis of the month occurs.  Freezing the calendar dimensions is needed.

 

However, the other data tables would need to continue to be refreshed during that first week.

 

Any ideas?

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v-yingjl
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Hi @PowerUp1 ,

As far as I know, currently 'conditional refresh' would mean incremental refresh to refresh the date range data in power bi.

Please refer this document about incremental refersh: Incremental refresh in Power BI 

 

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PowerUp1
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Hi @Jimmy801 

 

Thanks for the thoughts.

 

The data set is a comprehensive date table which provides a number of relative values.  For example, if refreshed on February 28th the compared periods are all relative to February (prior year month, same month prior quarter, etc.).  Once refreshed in March all of those relative periods change.

 

I don't have control over the date table, therefore looking to 'pause' the refresh for that table only to give a window for analysis.

 

Your comment about referring to another table might work if I combined it with a M If statement.  Let me play with that.

Jimmy801
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Hello @PowerUp1 

 

okay, give it a try and let us know

 

BR

 

Jimmy

Jimmy801
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Community Champion

Hello @PowerUp1 

 

I don't know anything about conditional refresh in this regard. What exactly is your query containing? Is it applying a filter based on a date or choosing a file according to the date?

Because the only thing you could do is to include in your query a if step that checks the current day and if its >5 then query is running normally and if not refer to a other table, file or apply another filter.


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