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tobiasnygren
Resolver I
Resolver I

Find reports that have "Auto date/time intelligence" turned on in the capacity

Hi!

Is there a way for a Power BI admin to list all reports that have  
the "Auto date/time intelligence" turned on in the capacity.

 

Regards

Tobias

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ibarrau
Super User
Super User

Hi. I'm sorry but no. There is no easy way on this. You can open the files one by one and check the icon behind a table column to check it fast.

The only way I can think about would be using the most complex API request on the PowerBi Rest API. That would be the Scanner API. That group of requests will response an enormous amount of data that you can expand like workspaces/reports/datasets/sources/tables. With that big json you might be able to look for tables with name that contains "LocalDateTable..." or "DateTableTemplate..." 

Those are the usual names for auto date/time created by PowerBi.

I hope that helps,

P/D I would open one by one unless there are really to much reports involved.


If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Happy to help!

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tobiasnygren
Resolver I
Resolver I

Thanks for your answer.

We have over 3000 reports in our capacity so I can't first start downloading all and start opening one by one 🤣

ibarrau
Super User
Super User

Hi. I'm sorry but no. There is no easy way on this. You can open the files one by one and check the icon behind a table column to check it fast.

The only way I can think about would be using the most complex API request on the PowerBi Rest API. That would be the Scanner API. That group of requests will response an enormous amount of data that you can expand like workspaces/reports/datasets/sources/tables. With that big json you might be able to look for tables with name that contains "LocalDateTable..." or "DateTableTemplate..." 

Those are the usual names for auto date/time created by PowerBi.

I hope that helps,

P/D I would open one by one unless there are really to much reports involved.


If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Happy to help!

LaDataWeb Blog

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