How does one go about creating a new table within a Push Dataset in Power BI
Dont see any option on Dataset Settings when in log in to powerbi.com -> Dataset Settings
Dont see any guidance on Push Dataset Microsoft documentation - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/rest/api/power-bi/pushdatasets
Hi @wtfstoops ,
Try the specific steps given in the following blog, create Push dataset in PowerBI service, and create a table visual.
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Convert push dataset to pushstream dataset by enabling Historic Data Analysis
And then a dataset will be created and you will be able to use it further.
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how does that address the question of adding a table to an existing push dataset.
I followed the steps above - Seems like its asking me to create an entirely new dataset, with column names etc. That will a pain for creating one for datset with more than 60 columns.
So back to my original post/question. How do you create a table within an exsting push dataset.
Not sure why @_sfrost suggested going down the streaming dataset route.
I see this question still hasn't been answered, and it's not obvious at all how to do it anywhere. Certainly not in the webservice, and even the documentation is a bit hazy.
From my understanding, you can't do this via the webservice, and even if you opened the datset up within Power BI Desktop you still can't do it.
I believe the only way to add more than one table to a push dataset is my implementing the dataset via the API, as documented here:
Perhaps someone can confirm this though.
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