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jvandompseler
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Load data with variable hyperlink based on a query

Hi everyone,

 

I want to load data from a source with an variable hyperlink based on data from another query with project id. 

jvandompseler_0-1680242173666.png

 

Now I worked with a parameter:

let
Bron = Json.Document(Web.Contents("https://xxxxx/rest/projects/"&PM_Projecten_id, [Headers=[Authorization="Bearer xxx"]]))

 

This worked but now there is just one project loading into the new query. I want to load all the projects in te project.id column in the Power Query. 

 

Can anyone give me some help. 

 

Thanks!

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ChielFaber
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You're on the right track. I think this Guy in a Cube video will give you the result your looking for:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0U9UL9ORh8

 

You need to create a function (basically the script you already have with the parameter). Then you load the input value's in a list/table. The next step is to add the function in a column. It will then look at the value in column 1 (input values) and execute the function. 

 

The guy in a cube video is based on nfl data over multiple seasons, but I think it can help you get the result your lookinf for.

 

Good luck!

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ChielFaber
Super User
Super User

You're on the right track. I think this Guy in a Cube video will give you the result your looking for:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0U9UL9ORh8

 

You need to create a function (basically the script you already have with the parameter). Then you load the input value's in a list/table. The next step is to add the function in a column. It will then look at the value in column 1 (input values) and execute the function. 

 

The guy in a cube video is based on nfl data over multiple seasons, but I think it can help you get the result your lookinf for.

 

Good luck!

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