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Matt78
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Two datasets, how to limit frequency of the other

Hello

 

I have a sales report that have 2 different datasets. The other one is connected to our ERP and other to our customers datashare. Our ERP sales data is updated daily but our customer provides new sales data only weekly. Problem here is that our customer would like to limit data refreshes so that Power BI would collect data only weekly as that's how they update new data.

 

Is there a way to configure that customers dataset would refresh only weekly OR it would get data only from the last 2 months and not the whole data?

 

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Matt

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Hello @Matt78 ,

 

check this and try to use it to makt the result limit for last 2 months.

https://www.fourmoo.com/2020/09/02/how-to-automate-your-data-to-always-store-the-last-2-years-of-dat...

 

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Hello @Matt78 ,

 

yes this is called incremental refresh,

 

check it out https://youtu.be/Kui_1G6kQIQ?si=Pmyq70jwySUUTQex

 

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Hello

 

This seems to be ok but when I'm in Power Query and look at View Native Query, it is grayed out.

 

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Matt

Hello @Matt78 ,

 

check this and try to use it to makt the result limit for last 2 months.

https://www.fourmoo.com/2020/09/02/how-to-automate-your-data-to-always-store-the-last-2-years-of-dat...

 

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