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tyokokokok2
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Using (2) parameters in a KQL function from Power Query

Ok, about to check myself into a ward.

 

Anyone had success with this?  I've already developed a function in Kusto that takes the two variables; one string, one date.

The parameters come from a user.

Calling it from PQ is funky, imo.  Funky in that it seems impossible.  

 

 

 

let pinteresting = interesting, 
    peventdate = "datetime([eventdate])",
    stringqry= "EventsParsed_FN([pinteresting],[peventdate])"
    Source = AzureDataExplorer.Contents("https://<my>.westus2.kusto.windows.net", "<myDB>", stringqry, [MaxRows=null, MaxSize=null, NoTruncate=null, AdditionalSetStatements=null])


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spinfuzer
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What is interesting referencing?  Is that some other query you have written?  Is that supposed to be text?

What is "datetime([eventdate])" referencing.  That is just text.  What does the final outneed need to look like for stringqry and some example parameters?  Is it upposed to to be text and date as a number? 

 

let pinteresting = "interesting", 
    peventdate = #date(2023,1,1), // or #datetime(yyyy,m,d,h,m,s) or #Date.FromText("1/1/2023")
    stringqry= "EventsParsed_FN(" & pinteresting & "," & Number.From(peventdate) & ")",
    Source = AzureDataExplorer.Contents("https://<my>.westus2.kusto.windows.net", "<myDB>", stringqry, [MaxRows=null, MaxSize=null, NoTruncate=null, AdditionalSetStatements=null])


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'Interesting' references a string variable that needs to come from the user.  I have a Power Automate flow that will request the user input but have no examples on how to use it in Power Bi.

'eventdate' is also from user.

 

'Interesting' references a string variable that needs to come from the user.  I have a Power Automate flow that will request the user input but have no examples on how to use it in Power Bi.

'eventdate' is also from user.

 

tyokokokok2
Regular Visitor

Please tell me this is possible.

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