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Resident Rockstar
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Getting Sharepoint Library data into a Dataflow

I have figured out dataflow to get SQL and Sharepoint tables into CDS quite readily now.  However, a challenge exists with Sharepoint Libraries.  While all I am needing are the list parameters of the library, I have not been able to find a way to get that in.  I'm sure there is a way, its just getting the syntax right.  

 

I have done this, which should work, in theory, if libraries are supported:

 

 

let
  Source = SharePoint.Tables("https://company.com/sites/Engineering/"),
  Navigation = Source{[Name = "Drawing_Vault"]}[Properties]
in
  Navigation

 

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Re: Getting Sharepoint Library data into a Dataflow

Hi @martinav,

I'm not a SharePoint expert, but have you also tried to SharePoint community (https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/sharepoint/ct-p/SharePoint) and Power BI community for PowerQuery (https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Power-Query/bd-p/power-bi-services) since this doesn't seem to be directly related with CDS. These are channels that can provide additional support.

Good luck!

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