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009co
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m-code calendar table in Power BI - but in Fabric, prob better to put into Lakehouse?

In the Power BI world I create calendar table using m-code often in a dataflow, but also as a query/dataset in the Power BI report.

 

However, in the new Fabric world, it makes sense to put the calendar table into the Lakehouse?

 

What would be a nice standard "Fabric" way to create and maintain the calendar table in the Lakehouse? 

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parry2k
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@009co There are many options, you can create a calendar table using PQ in dataflow gen 2 and have an output to Lakehouse or check this BLOG post to create one directly in the Lakehouse.

 

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parry2k
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@009co There are many options, you can create a calendar table using PQ in dataflow gen 2 and have an output to Lakehouse or check this BLOG post to create one directly in the Lakehouse.

 

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Subscribe to the @PowerBIHowTo YT channel for an upcoming video on List and Record functions in Power Query!!

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