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blabla702
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who made the last updates?

Hi, I'm new to BI.  I inherited a .pbix which I need to use to publish data every month, which is shared with few users in organization. Before publishing the new data, I would like to know who made the last updates, and which ones.
How can I do?

 

Thanks in advance

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Greg_Deckler
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@blabla702 Pretty difficult if there hasn't been any kind of version control in place. You can see who probably published the last version by going into the Power BI Service and opening the Settings on the semantic model. At the top you should see who has configured the semantic model and that should generally be the last person that published the report.

 

In terms of what updates. If you have copies of the old PBIX files you could use PowerOps to compare changes https://powerops.app/


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blabla702
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I see, thank you for your answer!

Greg_Deckler
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@blabla702 Pretty difficult if there hasn't been any kind of version control in place. You can see who probably published the last version by going into the Power BI Service and opening the Settings on the semantic model. At the top you should see who has configured the semantic model and that should generally be the last person that published the report.

 

In terms of what updates. If you have copies of the old PBIX files you could use PowerOps to compare changes https://powerops.app/


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