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pfInigo
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Edit Dataset Tables connected to via Direct Query

I have a dataset (A) which connects to three datasets:  (ReinsuranceMI, OtherMI, CedeMI).

I have added new tables to ReinsuranceMI dataset that are not appearing in my Dataset A.

I am aware I probably did not select Include Tables added later check box initially.

 

Is there anyway around this other than reconnecting to ReinsuranceMI and selectingt he new tables I want included?

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Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks,

Paul

 

 

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pfInigo
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I have since found that if one goes to Data Source Settings and selects the connected Datatset and then Change Source, one can add deselected tables as the please.

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pfInigo
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I have since found that if one goes to Data Source Settings and selects the connected Datatset and then Change Source, one can add deselected tables as the please.

Pragati11
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HI @pfInigo ,

 

I don;t think there is anyother way to connect to new tables in Power BI. You have to always do something like you are doing now, to bring additional tables in the Power BI.

 

Best Regards,

Pragati Jain


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