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saramark
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Parameter in Service Premium per capacity

Hi all,

I am trying to apply a parameter to a series of  sharepoint links pointing to Excel sheets:

 

eg: https://company.sharepoint.com/sites/HubSite-SiteName/Shared%20Documents/FolderA/FolderB/FileName.xlsx

 

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Everything works fine in the Desktop App but I cannot save the flow on Pbx Services, despite I have got Premium per capacity. I guess it is because of "dynamic data sources". I have noticed it saves the query if all files are stored in one folder at the same site. Is there any way to connect to multiple sites and run the refresh in the Service?

 

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Anonymous
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Hi @saramark ,

You could use dynamic data sources in dataflows in Power Query. In order to avoid the dynamic data source error that occurs in dataflows, you will need to first query the SP root site, then handle the subfolders in different steps. Dataflows does require that all of the files you wish to query be contained in the same root site - the only way around that one is to have separate queries for each.

You could connect to many different data sources to create new dataflows, or add new entities to an existing dataflow with Microsoft Power BI and Power Platform dataflows

 

Best regards,
Community Support Team_Binbin Yu
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Anonymous
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Hi @saramark ,

You could use dynamic data sources in dataflows in Power Query. In order to avoid the dynamic data source error that occurs in dataflows, you will need to first query the SP root site, then handle the subfolders in different steps. Dataflows does require that all of the files you wish to query be contained in the same root site - the only way around that one is to have separate queries for each.

You could connect to many different data sources to create new dataflows, or add new entities to an existing dataflow with Microsoft Power BI and Power Platform dataflows

 

Best regards,
Community Support Team_Binbin Yu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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