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enesse
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Update model when limit of 10000 scanned rows reached

Hi,

Over time my data model has evolved to include new fields. When I try to import the latest data and add my new fields I can't select them because "limit of 10000 scanned rows reached". Is there any way to get around this?

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No, that's not the issue. In the earlier stages of development my data model was much simpler and it was lacking essential properties. When the properties where added to my C# model, that's being stored in document db, the number of records in the associated collection had exeeded Power BI "scanned row limit", which ment that I couldn't select the new properties on my data set.

 

I "solved" this issue by opening the advanced editor and typing in the json property name that I needed into Table.ExpandRecordColumn. I hope in the future there will be an easier way to select all unique properties on a collection, but at least for now this works.

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v-yuezhe-msft
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Hi @enesse,

Do you get the 10000 rows limit in Power BI Desktop? Could you please post the screenshot of your scenario?

As far as I know, when you want to search value of a column in the textbox as shown in the first screenshot, there is a warning stating that “Limit of 1000 values reached”. If you refer to this limitation, you can use the Filters shown in the second screenshot to select  your wanted values.
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Lydia Zhang

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No, that's not the issue. In the earlier stages of development my data model was much simpler and it was lacking essential properties. When the properties where added to my C# model, that's being stored in document db, the number of records in the associated collection had exeeded Power BI "scanned row limit", which ment that I couldn't select the new properties on my data set.

 

I "solved" this issue by opening the advanced editor and typing in the json property name that I needed into Table.ExpandRecordColumn. I hope in the future there will be an easier way to select all unique properties on a collection, but at least for now this works.

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