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Apinto64
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Data Update on SQL Server using a PowerBI Enterprise Gateway

We define a source data to a SQL Server on a PowerBI Enterprise Gateway with sucess.

But when we try to update the data using the following source data:

let
    Source = Sql.Database("<SQL server>", "<database>", [Query="EXECUTE dbo.ExcelActividadesPrevisãoFaturação @beginDate = '2013-01-01', @endDate = '2022-12-31', @query = 5"])
in
    Source


When we try to update the data we get the follwoing error:

The following exception occurred while the managed IDbConnection interface was being used: The keyword isn't supported: version. Parameter name: keyword. A connection could not be made to the data source with the Name of 'f0f5d6f1-4059-4d39-b324-a7e98bbd9cfc'.

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@Apinto64 Have you tried dynamically generating the parameters in the stored procedure so you don't have to hardcode them?

For instance. Build a calling sproc that handles the hardcoded parameters or dynamically generate them in Sproc 1, and have sproc 1 call sproc 2.

 

A psuedo code example:

 

CREATE PROCEDURE dbo.RunExcelActividadesPrevisaoFaturacao

 

as

 

declare @begindate date = begindate

declare @enddate date = enddate

declare @query int = 5

 

Execute dbo.ExcelActividadesPrevisãoFaturação @begindate, @enddate, @query


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dparkinson
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Did you get this fixed at all?  I'm getting exactly the same issue at my end.

 

Thanks.

No! Not yet. I think the problem is executing a SQL stored procedure with paramenters 😞

@Apinto64 Have you tried dynamically generating the parameters in the stored procedure so you don't have to hardcode them?

For instance. Build a calling sproc that handles the hardcoded parameters or dynamically generate them in Sproc 1, and have sproc 1 call sproc 2.

 

A psuedo code example:

 

CREATE PROCEDURE dbo.RunExcelActividadesPrevisaoFaturacao

 

as

 

declare @begindate date = begindate

declare @enddate date = enddate

declare @query int = 5

 

Execute dbo.ExcelActividadesPrevisãoFaturação @begindate, @enddate, @query


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Thanks, That's a good workaround, hardcoded is limited but its a way to solve it! As you can understand I would like that the Enterprise Gateway had the same behavior as the Personal, accpting the call of a SQL stored procedure with parameters.

 

Thanks again

ankitpatira
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@Apinto64 can you please provide some more information? I am guessing you're trying to update from powerbi desktop if you're using source data because you can't manually type in powerbi.com ? But if you are using powerbi desktop then why you need enterprise gateway? 

 

please provide some more information and then i will be able to help.

Hi

 

We tried this conection using a Personal Gateway and it worked. When we try to move it to the Enterprise Gateway it give us the error.

 

The solution was created with Power BI desktop, publish to online and the data update was made usinf Personal Gateway with sucess. When we tried to use our Enterprise gateway it didn't work.

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