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PowerBIIntegration.Data In Forms

Hey everyone,

I want to create a dropdown list of accounts from a Power BI Dataset, which filters a form that will then use a flow to write to an Azure DB and collect:

Entered DateTime
Account # 

User Email

Selection 1

Selection 2

Selection 3 


Account # will come from Power BI and be subject to row level security.

User Email would capture the current signed in user, and Entered DateTime would be captured when they press send.

Selection 1, 2, 3 etc. would be entered into a form. 

I can't seem to get the PowerBIIntegration.Data command to work in a form even to just pass through 1 or 2 values. I have found some possible workarounds but figured I'd ask if anyone else has had this issue. Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you!

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Re: PowerBIIntegration.Data In Forms

Hi @libratic 


Try First(PowerBIIntegration.Data).ValuePassedfromPowerBI



Reza Dorrani


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Re: PowerBIIntegration.Data In Forms

Hi @libratic how are you progressing with this? Was the above reply helpful?



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