Comments for Kasper de Jonge PowerPivot Blog » Kasper de Jonge PowerPivot Blog http://www.powerpivotblog.nl Bringing BI to the masses Wed, 17 Sep 2014 14:24:48 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.0 Comment on Getting data into Power Query with the twitter search API (how to hack PQ to use OAuth) by Erik Svensen http://www.powerpivotblog.nl/getting-data-into-power-query-with-the-twitter-search-api-how-to-hack-pq-to-use-oauth/#comment-200901 Wed, 17 Sep 2014 14:24:48 +0000 http://www.powerpivotblog.nl/?p=6441#comment-200901 Very cool – must try this tonight

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Comment on Getting data into Power Query with the twitter search API (how to hack PQ to use OAuth) by Kasper de Jonge http://www.powerpivotblog.nl/getting-data-into-power-query-with-the-twitter-search-api-how-to-hack-pq-to-use-oauth/#comment-200891 Tue, 16 Sep 2014 22:22:57 +0000 http://www.powerpivotblog.nl/?p=6441#comment-200891 Yeah I think that actually might be possible to do that dance every refresh .. I didn’t think about that.

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Comment on Getting data into Power Query with the twitter search API (how to hack PQ to use OAuth) by Donald Parish http://www.powerpivotblog.nl/getting-data-into-power-query-with-the-twitter-search-api-how-to-hack-pq-to-use-oauth/#comment-200881 Tue, 16 Sep 2014 21:23:59 +0000 http://www.powerpivotblog.nl/?p=6441#comment-200881 Very nice. Wonder if a PQ function could handle getting the updated tokens? I may take a look at it.

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Comment on Getting data into Power Query with the twitter search API (how to hack PQ to use OAuth) by Bas Kroes http://www.powerpivotblog.nl/getting-data-into-power-query-with-the-twitter-search-api-how-to-hack-pq-to-use-oauth/#comment-200871 Tue, 16 Sep 2014 19:45:23 +0000 http://www.powerpivotblog.nl/?p=6441#comment-200871 Pretty cool Kasper. Just what we needed.

Hope Power Query vNext will come with a more end-user friendly solution.

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Comment on Ask your questions here by Clint Grove http://www.powerpivotblog.nl/ask-you-questions-here/#comment-200771 Mon, 15 Sep 2014 20:16:11 +0000 http://business-inteligence.kdejonge.net/?page_id=2#comment-200771 Hi Kasper

I want to know, without using VBA, how I can make the data model resize to adjust to a contracting and expanding data set that it links to.

I have data that streams into Sheet 1, this data can be hundreds of rows in one month and thousands the next, the problem comes in with the relationships to another table in Sheet 2, in that Sheet 1’s unique (Primary key) column now has blanks in it because the previous time that the data was fed in it was much larger than the current data that is in there, and this causes the Error message “Column “UniqueAccountKey” contains blank values and this is not allowed for columns on the one side of a many-to-one relationship or for columns that are used as a primary key for a table”

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Comment on Ask your questions here by tallan http://www.powerpivotblog.nl/ask-you-questions-here/#comment-200761 Mon, 15 Sep 2014 20:15:24 +0000 http://business-inteligence.kdejonge.net/?page_id=2#comment-200761 There is no one hard and fast rule for this; should be considered relative to your application. What are you trying to do?

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Comment on Ask your questions here by tallan http://www.powerpivotblog.nl/ask-you-questions-here/#comment-200751 Mon, 15 Sep 2014 20:10:42 +0000 http://business-inteligence.kdejonge.net/?page_id=2#comment-200751 If you are using Professional Plus version, have you tried using Power Query?

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Comment on What is using all that memory on my Analysis server instance ? by Mike http://www.powerpivotblog.nl/what-is-using-all-that-memory-on-my-analysis-server-instance/#comment-200741 Mon, 15 Sep 2014 11:43:21 +0000 http://www.powerpivotblog.nl/?p=2476#comment-200741 Thanks!

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Comment on Ask your questions here by Kasper de Jonge http://www.powerpivotblog.nl/ask-you-questions-here/#comment-200711 Mon, 15 Sep 2014 03:51:57 +0000 http://business-inteligence.kdejonge.net/?page_id=2#comment-200711 try this: http://www.powerpivotblog.nl/create-a-running-total-sparkline-using-powerpivot-dax-and-excel/

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Comment on What is using all that memory on my Analysis server instance ? by Kasper de Jonge http://www.powerpivotblog.nl/what-is-using-all-that-memory-on-my-analysis-server-instance/#comment-200701 Mon, 15 Sep 2014 03:48:58 +0000 http://www.powerpivotblog.nl/?p=2476#comment-200701 Hi Mike,

The memory reporting query is sometimes not as accurate as you want. Check the file sizes on disk for the most accurate numbers.

Kasper

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