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How to display in sharepoint?

Hi,

 

I'm trying to find out how to display my Power BI Dashboard in a SharePoint page on our Intranet. Is there a way to do this?

Regards,

Rowdy

 

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Embeding PowerBI visuals is not yet supported..

 

The link you post is not from PowerBI service but from excel files with powerview sheets stored in onedrive business..(office 365, I think E3 and up ) 

 

https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Embed-your-Excel-workbook-on-your-web-page-or-blog-from-Sha...

 

The limit is 10MB per file as in sharepoint online to render the file..

 

Also in a web part in a sharepoint oline site you can show a powerview report from excel file..Also needs to be stored in sharepoint online.

 

With some small changes you can make it work:

http://www.sqlchick.com/entries/2013/6/3/displaying-a-power-view-report-on-a-sharepoint-page.html

Konstantinos Ioannou

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New Member

Will this method work to reduce data breach for confidential government information? For example, if only 3 people within my government agency have access to the data in my report and I publish my report to the web, will anyone on the web have access to this data.

I wouldn't use share to web for confidential information. A simple google search will turn up many reports that have been shared that way. Our solution in SharePoint relies on native windows and oauth authentication. You can see a video demo here: https://www.atairaanalytics.com/bi-collaboration-sharepoint-powerbi

 

Cheers, Daniel

Thanks

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Hi, we just published a SharePoint add-in to the Microsoft Store that allows for Power BI reports and dashboards in SharePoint as well as sending Outlook Group notifications and alerts. You can see it here: https://goo.gl/cwEhQN

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There's a great way to embed Power BI dashboards and tiles into SharePoint using a new feature in LiveTiles SharePoint ( https://livetiles.nyc ) which is worth checking out. https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/livetiles-presents-the-new-power-bi-tile/

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There's a great way to embed Power BI dashboards and tiles into SharePoint using a new feature in LiveTiles SharePoint ( https://livetiles.nyc ) which is worth checking out. https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/livetiles-presents-the-new-power-bi-tile/

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This is a great way to embed power bi dashboards and tiles in SharePoint. Using an app called LiveTiles for SharePoint

https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/livetiles-presents-the-new-power-bi-tile/

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There are few ways to do this, but I came across an issue with PowerBI refresh limitation when connecting to a SharePoint list, I have written a blog about how I overcame this issue. Here is a link, hope you find it useful.

I pegah, I ran into the same issue, I have a powerbi report connected to a SharePoint list and the report does not refresh after a while an I got the message "This content is unavilable". I try to acces your solution link, that there is an error whit it, could you please share it again?

What are the key differences between the solution using SP Add-in vs. Power BI APIs (https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/powerbi-developer-integrate-report/)?

 

Thanks in advance!

We just shipped a web part for SharePoint Online, check it out: https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/integrate-power-bi-reports-in-sharepoint-online/
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Hi,

 

I use SharePoint online with my company Office 365 account.

 

I created a Site page and embeded the Power BI report using Power preview web part. If I use the same account that I used to create the SharePoint embedding link from Power BI in SharePoint to login and view the Power BI report, all works well.

But, when another user in the organisation is accessing the page with hisown credentials for Offcie 365 and trying to view the Power BI report, it is giving an error ""This content isn't available." The user has Power BI Pro licence.

 

Any suggestions why this may be tha case?

 

Thanks,

Anand

This is most likely a permission problem. Check that the user can view the report if they view it directly in Power BI?
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Hi @lukaszp,

Thanks for the quick reply.

I have created the Power BI report from Power BI desktop and published to my Power BI online account.

How can the other user view the Power BI report from his Power BI account?

 

According to what I have read, the other users only need Power BI Pro licences to view the report in SharePoint page.

 

 

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@lukaszp, thanks for the article about sharing Power BI. That solved the problem!

Thanks a lot for the prompt responses.

I am not getting an option in Sharepoint to add the Power BI (preview) web part. I got link from Power BI to embed in Sharepoint.

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