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rob_vander
Helper I
Helper I

Incremental load with pre filter data

I want to import data from table, but I want to apply filter before importing the data to Power BI. Is it possible with Import option? Once I imported the data. I want to schedule incremntal refresh on modified date. So with pre filter is it possible to setup incremental refresh? 

Note: Incremental refresh should be automatic, based on modified date

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Might be an option.  Enabling DirectQuery for an ODBC-based Power Query connector - Power Query | Microsoft Learn

 

For Hive ODBC, install the Cloudera driver, setup your connection in the ODBC manager, and consume it. Nothing special, really.

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rob_vander
Helper I
Helper I

@lbendlin Thanks for your reply. I am using HIVE as data source. It seems it doesn’t support query folding. I even tried to enable query folding manually as mentioned in below video but it doesn't work

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hjdOCni_ZY

 

Is there other way around. One way I found we can use ODBC drivers, but I am not sure how it will work in HIVE data source

Might be an option.  Enabling DirectQuery for an ODBC-based Power Query connector - Power Query | Microsoft Learn

 

For Hive ODBC, install the Cloudera driver, setup your connection in the ODBC manager, and consume it. Nothing special, really.

lbendlin
Super User
Super User

You are describing the concept of "Query Folding", pushing computation upstream.  It is generally a desired (but not mandatory) part of the incremental refresh setup.

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