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Power BI videos | Power BI Part 2.3 - Connect Power BI Reports to Shared Datasets
Posted by Andrew Gould on 18 June 2019
This video explains how to connect a Power BI report to a shared dataset deployed to a Power BI Report Server. You'll learn how to use the REST API for Power BI with an OData connection to import data from the shared dataset. You'll also see how to configure a scheduled refresh of the report to ensure it shows up-to-date information.
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