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Anonymous
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Vertipaq Analyzer Error connecting to Power Bi Desktop

Hi,

I am having trouble connecting my model to Vertipaq.

A little bit of info before going into details of my issue: I am working with Excel 2013, therefore I'm using Vertipaq 1.6. Data source of my pbix are several csv files.

 

I have connect my pbix to daxstudio so I can identify my local host. The problem is that vertipaq also ask me for the name of my database. Which would be that? Am I missing something?

 

Thnks in advance Smiley Happy 

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Anonymous
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Hi @v-diye-msft 

 

Actually it was a lot easier. I just had to:

Go to existing connections > Edit Connection > Compile >  change localhost\ for localhost: in the Data Link Properties windows.

Thanks anyway.

 

 

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v-diye-msft
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Hi @Anonymous 

 

Sorry I have no idea about your question, it's a little bit beyond my workscope. I would suggest you create a support ticket on Power BI Support page for better assistance. https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/support/

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Anonymous
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Hi @v-diye-msft 

 

Actually it was a lot easier. I just had to:

Go to existing connections > Edit Connection > Compile >  change localhost\ for localhost: in the Data Link Properties windows.

Thanks anyway.

 

 

Thanks so much @Anonymous !! I'd keep it in mind. 🙂

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