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imagautham
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Getting the refresh timing of all reports in all workspace

I have a requirement here to create a Power BI Report which should show all reports that I have access across all workspaces and the latest time it got refreshed.

 

The output should look something like below.

Has Anyone done something like this in Power BI? Would be really great if someone guide me on this. Thanks in advance

 

Screenshot 2022-11-13 114738.png

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mariussve1
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Hi,

 

If you have a gateway I recommend Power BI REST API Custom Connector:

https://github.com/migueesc123/PowerBIRESTAPI

If you dont have a gateway (this is needed to refresh custom connectors in the service), then you should look at using rest api with power automate or adf. I have set up soulition with power automate and excel. I use this rest api:

https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/rest/api/power-bi/admin/get-refreshables-for-capacity

Then I store the result in a excel file on sharepoint and use this as source in power bi.

 

Br

Marius

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mariussve1
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Solution Supplier

Hi,

 

If you have a gateway I recommend Power BI REST API Custom Connector:

https://github.com/migueesc123/PowerBIRESTAPI

If you dont have a gateway (this is needed to refresh custom connectors in the service), then you should look at using rest api with power automate or adf. I have set up soulition with power automate and excel. I use this rest api:

https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/rest/api/power-bi/admin/get-refreshables-for-capacity

Then I store the result in a excel file on sharepoint and use this as source in power bi.

 

Br

Marius

AbbasG
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@imagautham Just my suggestion, may be it can work for you.

 

First add latest refresh time card in each report by using the following method - https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/devops/report/powerbi/add-last-refresh-time?view=azure-devop...

 

 

Then Create a dashboard with all the cards.

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