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dtran
Helper II
Helper II

Incremental refresh can not toggle to ON

Hi,

Need help to understand why I can't toggle Incremental refresh to ON.

-Power BI Desktop 2.79

-Power BI Pro

 

Followed the official documentation to set up the parameters for RangeStart and RangeEnd. 

Here my screenshots for them.

RangeStartRangeStartRangeEndRangeEnd

 

 

Here is my Filter Rows screenshot:

Filter RowsFilter Rows

 

When I get to the Incremental refresh screen, I can't toggle the button to ON.

Incremental refresh can not toggle to ONIncremental refresh can not toggle to ON

Please advise! 

Thank you in advance!

 

Dennis

 

 

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@dtran 

 

Parameter names should be "RangeStart" and "RangeEnd" and its type should be Date/Time, not just Date.



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v-kelly-msft
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Hi @dtran

 

Yes, as suggested by @nandukrishnavs ,type for Parameter should be Date/Time, not just Date.Besides you should have a date/time column in your original table to be filtered by parameter.

Here is the reference.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/service-premium-incremental-refresh

 

 
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v-kelly-msft
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Hi @dtran

 

Yes, as suggested by @nandukrishnavs ,type for Parameter should be Date/Time, not just Date.Besides you should have a date/time column in your original table to be filtered by parameter.

Here is the reference.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/service-premium-incremental-refresh

 

 
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Kelly
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amitchandak
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@amitchandak 

 

-What do you mean "loaded data once"? 

-The date column is date_key in my_table.

 

 

@dtran 

 

Parameter names should be "RangeStart" and "RangeEnd" and its type should be Date/Time, not just Date.



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@dtran 

 

You are using RangeStart instead of RangeEnd. Please verify that.

 

filter-rows

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Apologoes...this is the correct screenshot. I'm using RangeEnd in the bottom parameters

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