- January 6, 2020
- Posted by: aforanalytics
- Category: Microsoft Power BI
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Do you want to learn How to Send Parameter from Power BI to Stored Procedure to get data? Is this Really Possible?
I have a Power BI report and source is SQL Stored Procedure and passing Date as a Parameter as below,
EXEC LatePaymentCustomers ‘2011-01-10’
Power BI Report Using the Stored Procedure
The End user need to select the Date in the report to update data throughout the report.
The Date in the report to needs to be passed in Stored Procedure to get new data in the data set and display in the report.
Can we able to send date from Report to SQL Query to hit database and get new data?
It’s Not Possible!
Power BI has a limitation to pass value from UI to Data Source Level
Alright, what is the alternative now? Can’t I able to do this anyway and consume it through Power BI Service?
Rewrite the store procedure to View without affect the Business Logic, Consume view as a table in Power BI and Filter the Report.
Yes, I know it’s the Recommendation from all the blog you read!
Power BI Platform has another tool called Power BI Report Builder
Using Power BI Paginated Report Builder tool , You can build Paginated Reports and able to send parameter to Source Stored Procedure without writing Views and changing SP.
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There is a Limitation in using Power BI Report Builder that is Paginated Reports can be published to Power BI Premium Capacity License work space.
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