I have added some features to the very simple tool (which was born to launch only XML), they are simple but they can be useful.
Delete Data from Tables
ALL Sessions Killer
XMLPort Runner LOG
Last week’s post showed an M function that took Power Query diagnostics data and formatted in a way that made it suitable for visualisation in a Power BI Decomposition Tree visual. This is great for understanding what’s going on at a high level, but by doing this you also lose a lot of detailed information from the diagnostics logs that could be useful for performance tuning.
Recently I’ve been working with the Power Query team to come up with some ways to help developers understand the data returned by the new Power Query diagnostics functionality. In this, the first of two posts, I’m going to share a Power Query function that reformats diagnostics data in a way that makes it easy to visualise using the Power BI Decomposition Tree visual.
My last post was about how I got the customized data out of the tenant database into Xml files. That tenant database was from a NAV 2016 application.
I have updated the tenant database to Business Central and I need to bring in some of the data from these Xml files.