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Power BI - Power Query map to Entity

Hi,

 

Id' like to write te results of my Power Query in Power BI to a new entity in CDS (map to entity)

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What I see is a list of standard entities in a CDM environment but these entities doesn't match te results of my Power query so I want to cerate a new entity in this enviroment. It seems possible because when I open a workspace I can select the option 'Add entities'

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If i continue to add a new entity in the Common Data Service, I have to select a server URL. 

My question is, what is the server URL for the CDM model I see in Power BI? Or do I have to choose another way to resolve this?

 

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Re: Power BI - Power Query map to Entity

Hi @remconicolai ,

 

Please refer to this document: Finding your Common Data Service Environment URL.


 

  1. Open Power Apps, select the environment you're going to connect to, select Settings in the top-right corner, and then select Advanced settings.

  2. In the new browser tab that opens, copy the root of the URL. This is the unique URL for your environment. The URL will be in the format of https://yourenvironmentid.crm.dynamics.com/. Make sure not to copy the rest of the URL. Keep this somewhere handy so you can use it when creating your Power BI reports.

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Best Regards,

Icey

 

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Re: Power BI - Power Query map to Entity

Hi @remconicolai ,

 

Please refer to this document: Finding your Common Data Service Environment URL.


 

  1. Open Power Apps, select the environment you're going to connect to, select Settings in the top-right corner, and then select Advanced settings.

  2. In the new browser tab that opens, copy the root of the URL. This is the unique URL for your environment. The URL will be in the format of https://yourenvironmentid.crm.dynamics.com/. Make sure not to copy the rest of the URL. Keep this somewhere handy so you can use it when creating your Power BI reports.

cdsenv3.png

 


 

 

Best Regards,

Icey

 

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