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jgray72
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page names from reports

Hi - how can I easily query all the reports and page names from a workspace?  We are trying to create a report for end users where they can search through all the reports/page names.  I can get a report name/page name in a usage report, but it can't be turned into a dataflow and I can't see the dax.  I can also connect to the workspace in SSMS, but there doesn't appear to be page names (or they are coded).  

 

 

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edhans
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Connect to the Usage Dataset using DAX Studio, then write a query in DAX using SUMMARIZECOLUMNS() to get the data you need.

Then in Power BI Desktop, create a connection in Power Query to SQL Server Analysis Services  and paste the DAX Query from DAX Studio into the Advanced box. You need to include the EVALUATE statement.

Now you have the table you need in Power Query. Rename fields and shape as desired, then load it.




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Hi - I thought that would work to, but when you create the usage reports (https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/collaborate-share/service-modern-usage-metrics); they are not visible in dax studio when you connect to the workspace.  

That is interesting. I can see it with Tabular Editor 3 which also allows me to write queries, so that seems to be an issue with DAX Studio. I have opened a ticket to see if this is a DAX Studio bug or some setting that we need to change.



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