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SarahD
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Connecting data from VSO queries to create reports and charts

How do I connect to VSO queries directly by using get data in Power BI to create reports and charts.  Also, will need to have reports and charts uploaded in SharePoint folder for the team to present for weekly scrum meetings.  Need to have refreshed data updated automatically from VSO queries.

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Greg_Deckler
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If by VSO you are referring to Visual Studio Online, there is a content pack for that so it should bring down all of your data and build you a nice report and dashboard automagically.

 

Otherwise, I assume you would use OData.


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Greg_Deckler
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If by VSO you are referring to Visual Studio Online, there is a content pack for that so it should bring down all of your data and build you a nice report and dashboard automagically.

 

Otherwise, I assume you would use OData.


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Can you tell me how to get the VSO data using OdataQuery In Power BI desktop?

I get the following error when trying to connect to Visual Studio Team Services. Am i missing something?

 

Failed to update data source credentials: TF400813: Resource not available for anonymous access. Client authentication required. Account: microsoftHide details

Activity ID:7c3a33cc-7c11-49f5-ad8f-a3ce419690aa
Request ID:019bc94c-b9a0-5307-7df1-3782b2c3b309
Status code:400
Time:Mon Jun 13 2016 16:52:09 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time)
Version:13.0.1500.236
Cluster URI:https://df-msit-scus.analysis.windows.net
Details:TF400813: Resource not available for anonymous access. Client authentication required. Account: microsoft

 

@gjadal Have you checked all the things on this page? Have VSO account perms, OAuth enabled, etc?


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Thanks. Found out that the VSO admin has disabled OAuth..

A further question on this.  I have been able to connect to VSO from the web version of Power Bi but I don't see any similar service packs listed when within PowerBI Desktop?

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