One of the most common errors you’ll see when working with Power Query in Power BI or Excel is this:
Expression.Error: The key didn’t match any rows in the table
A week ago, my friend Daniel asked a question on Twitter how to use the Excel Buffer to export data with Business Central online. Many functions on the Excel Buffer are only available for on-prem. When you change the target in app.json to ‘Cloud’ then those functions become unavailable.
Luckily I had a code example available so I decided to put that on GitHub. But I thought it would make sense to write a blog post to explain the code.
Manually adding or editing multiple customers to your database is frustrating, not to mention time-consuming. With the new release of Business Central you now have the ability to bulk add and edit customers via Excel. Now that’s something to get excited about
When developing in AL creating permission sets isn’t the must fun thing to do…. I thought it must be possible to find a better tool than editing the xml file manually and found some inspiration here. Based on that I created this excel sheet that you can use to create a permission set xml file.
I have known for a long time that data privacy checks can have an impact on the performance of data refresh in Power BI and Excel, but on a recent performance tuning engagement I had the chance to observe just how much of a difference changing these settings can make