I am working on PowerBI Integrated PowerApp with On Premise SQL server being the destination/underlying server.
I have two sections/two visuals where I need to enable CRUD operation directly from PowerBI Dashboard. Lets Say two sections are 1)Takeaways- SQL table
2)Actions - SQL Table
I have been able to design Takeaways quite okay with Insert/Read&Update Operations however when I am trying to drag and drop fields from Actions table into PowerApps Visual from PowerBI dashboard it just doesn't allow me. It throws this error below however both tables have primary key(id) and I can join them in SSMS and view data even though result set is a Cartesian Product
Can't determine relationships between the fields
Can't display the data because Power BI can't determine the relationship between two or more fields.
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Activity ID: 77df593f-7710-4435-913f-44242122b693
Request ID: 61500fb3-6f84-9925-fde8-4b4e7fdddfaf
Correlation ID: 216b924f-146b-3e83-f677-97a560f6a307
I want to create one app which will display data for both tables for read & update operations.
I am able to include Insert(Edit Form) for Actions table connecting to SQL table which is straight forward however I want to bring data from PowerBIIntegration.Data for both Comments & Actions so that I can provide individual screens for display and edit forms ... You may refer to attached screenshot for what I am trying to achieve
Please guide me and let me know of a hack from your expertise
thanks in Advance
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This works by applying correct relationships however by design of the table structure and architecture of our DB, we get duplicates in either of the apps... So I have done two apps for each and used them in PowerBI report. It works but not elegant
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