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skmcken
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Helper V

PowerApps integrated with Power BI

Hopefully somebody may have experienced the same issue or knows how to make it work.

 

I have just completed an app which, was working with no issues whatsoever. However, I have now embedded this app into a PowerBI Report using the new visual. Got that to work, got the integration working with Power BI Report filters again with no issue. However, now when I load the app on mobile device, there is no data visibile within the initial gallery as, its filtered against the PowerBI Integration however, there is no data within the Power BI Integration gallery.

 

Any recommendations or suggestions from people out there.

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cherie
Power Apps
Power Apps

Hi,

 

Could you provide your session id, you can find it in Session details under the account page (from your mobile device).

 

thanks!

Cherie

 

Cherie,

 

I have found solution. I have built the App as a fully Offline Capable even though the data is coming from Sharepoint. Since my main Gallery is in a Collection, it does not seem to interact too well. What I have done is add a Variable that enables the user to switch on PowerBI Filtering if they are in a Power BI Report which, changes the Gallery Filter content to include the PowerBIIntegration Value.

 

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Sounds like you have a good solution. The integration object only has data when embedded within Power BI, so you will need to check if it's available.

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