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Power BI dataset only works for default Gallery on PowerApps

I've went to PowerApps via a PowerBI Report, the connection is created but in the PowerBI i got the following error: "Error getting environments". Don't know if this affects that's next.

 

After I go to PowerApps, I have the information that I included on the Visualization but if I try to create an "Edit Form" it comes blank with the message "This form isn't connected to any data yet" (I've tried to connect it but can't). My goal is to connect the "Edit Form" to my PowerBI dataset because i've done some modification to the data via PowerBI. 

 

Is it possible? How?

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Re: Power BI dataset only works for default Gallery on PowerApps

Hi @Anonymous 

 

PowerApps forms dont work with PowerBIIntegration connection

 

You can get the selected item from the gallery (gallery shows all data sent from PowerBI connection) then using the info in Gallery (gallery.selected will give you current selected it), you can then use Gallery.Selected.Property to get the value and accordingly query a data source (SQL, sharepoint etc.) to show the data in form

 

 

 

 

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Re: Power BI dataset only works for default Gallery on PowerApps

Hi @Anonymous 

 

PowerApps forms dont work with PowerBIIntegration connection

 

You can get the selected item from the gallery (gallery shows all data sent from PowerBI connection) then using the info in Gallery (gallery.selected will give you current selected it), you can then use Gallery.Selected.Property to get the value and accordingly query a data source (SQL, sharepoint etc.) to show the data in form

 

 

 

 

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