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Analitika
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Post Prodigy

Use postgresql in advanced editor in Power BI

Hello,

 

Previously I have used this query in advanced editor when I sybase db was used:

let

Lentele = "view_didknobjdet",
Source = Sybase.Database.....

in 
     Source

 

Now I am using postgresql, I changed Sybase to PostgreSQL and seems nothing changed just additional error like this:

DataSource.Error: PostgreSQL: 42601: syntax error at or near "["  
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parry2k
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@Analitika it will be easier to start a new query and connect to postgresql as a data source, connect to a table and then from advanced editor copy the connection string and paste in your original query.

 

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