No one answers my questions. Is this because no one knows the answer or I am asking my questions incorrectly?
Is cross report drill through available in power bi report server?
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I know this thread is from latter 2019, but here is a "workaround" solution posted by Guys in a Cube in February 2020:
Would someone at Microsoft kindly respond to this question. It is really useful to know a timeline as without this functionality we have to use Tableau. We are the NHS UK and cannot work in the cloud and therefore can only use report server.
So I'd suggest two things to try and get an answer to this question.
You are on topic for this thread, but the fact that this thread has been marked as solved probably means that the chances that it will get reviewed by any of the Microsoft staff is greatly reduced. So I would suggest starting a new thread on this forum asking if there is a timeline for this feature. I don't recall hearing an specific plans, but then I don't work for Microsoft.
Secondly I would suggest pursuing this internally with your IT department. It's highly likely that the NHS has an assigned Microsoft account representative and it's possible that they can share plans and timelines with you that they might not yet be ready to share on a public forum.
If this functionality is not available for PBI Report Server then why is the cross report drill through option available in both Options|Settings as well as on report design/drill through section?
Are there plans in the near future to support this in PBI Report Server? (yes is a great answer here!)
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