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StuartSmith
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View DAX Code behind Filters.

Is there a way to see the code behind filters i apply via the GUI.  As an example, in MS Exchange, you can view the Powershell script of an action you apply via the Exchange GUI, so the next time, you can run the action via Powershell and not Exchange.

 

Do Power Apps offer the same feature.  A

 

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blopez11
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Yes

If you enable the "Performance Analyzer" in the desktop

- go to View tab, then select "Performance analyzer" in the "Show panes" group

 

Go to the tab that your visual in question resides in

 

In the "Performance analyzer" pane, select "Start recording", then "Refresh visuals", then "Stop"

 

You should find your visual under the Name column, then expand the group and select "Copy query"

 

That query will show you the query used for the visual and you should find how the "Filters on this visual" is used

 

Good luck,

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blopez11
Resident Rockstar
Resident Rockstar

Yes

If you enable the "Performance Analyzer" in the desktop

- go to View tab, then select "Performance analyzer" in the "Show panes" group

 

Go to the tab that your visual in question resides in

 

In the "Performance analyzer" pane, select "Start recording", then "Refresh visuals", then "Stop"

 

You should find your visual under the Name column, then expand the group and select "Copy query"

 

That query will show you the query used for the visual and you should find how the "Filters on this visual" is used

 

Good luck,

Thanks

 

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