<br><b>Code</b>: rsb:print<br><b>Error</b>: Formatter [ rootadoname ] failed in the evaluation of <p> [company_name] Power BI Connectors ?????????BI ???Microsoft Power BI ??????????????? [company_name] Power BI Connector ??Power BI ???????????[datasource] ?????????? ????????[datasource] ???????????????????????????????????????????[datasource] ????????????????? ?????Power BI Connector ?????Microsoft Power BI Desktop ?[datasource] ???????????????????????????????? </p> <p><i>PowerBI.com ??[datasource] ???????????????????<a href="./[id]-powerbi-gateway.rst">???????</a>?????????</i></p> <h2>?????????</h2> <p> The [company_name] Power BI Connectors offer unmatched performance for interacting with live [datasource] in Power BI due to optimized data processing built into the connector.When you issue complex SQL queries from Power BI to [service], the connector pushes supported SQL operations, like filters and aggregations, directly to [service] and utilizes the embedded SQL Engine to process unsupported operations (often SQL functions and JOIN operations) client-side.With built-in dynamic metadata querying, you can visualize and analyze [datasource] using native Power BI data types. </p> <h2>Power BI ?????????[service] ???</h2> <p>If you have not already, first provide authentication and any necessary connection properties in a DSN (data source name).This is the last step of installing the connector. </p> <p> You can use the Microsoft ODBC Data Source Administrator to create and configure the DSN:From the Start menu, enter "ODBC Data Sources" and select the [company_name] PowerBI REST DSN.Ensure that you run the version of the ODBC Administrator that corresponds to the bitness of your Power BI Desktop installation (32-bit or 64-bit).You can also use run the ConfigureODBC.exe tool located in the installation folder for the connector. </p> [extraconnectionnotesodbc|def('[extraconnectionnotes|def("")]')] <h2>[service] ????????</h2> <p> Follow the steps below to build a query to pull [datasource] into the report: </p> <ol> <li> Open Power BI Desktop and click Get Data -> Other -> [company_name] [rootadoname]. <li>Select [company_name] PowerBI [service] in the Data Source Name menu and select a data connectivity mode: <br>Select <b>Import</b> if you want to import a copy of the data into your project.You can refresh this data on demand. <br>Select <b>DirectQuery</b> if you want to work with the remote data. <li>Select tables in the Navigator dialog. <img src="[x|UrlRootAbs]/kb/articles/powerbi-1.png" title="The available tables. (Salesforce is shown.)"/> </li> <li><p>In the Query Editor, you can customize your dataset by filtering, sorting, and summarizing [service] columns.Click Edit to open the query editor.Right-click a row to filter the rows.Right-click a column header to perform actions like the following: </p> <ul> <li>Change column data types <li>Remove a column <li>Group by columns </ul> <p> Power BI detects each column's data type from the [service] metadata retrieved by the connector. </p> <p> Power BI records your modifications to the query in the Applied Steps section, adjusting the underlying data retrieval query that is executed to the remote [datasource]. When you click Close and Apply, Power BI executes the data retrieval query.</p> <p>Otherwise, click Load to pull the data into Power BI.</p> </ol> <h2>?????????????????</h2> <p> After pulling the data into Power BI, you can create data visualizations in the Report view by dragging fields from the Fields pane onto the canvas.Follow the steps below to create a pie chart: </p> <ol> <li>Select the pie chart icon in the Visualizations pane. <li>Select a dimension in the Fields pane: for example, [excol#1]. <li>Select a measure in the Fields pane: for example, [excol#2]. </ol> <img src="[x|UrlRootAbs]/kb/articles/powerbi-2.png" title="A pie chart showing Account Names and Annual Revenue from Salesforce."/> <p> You can change sort options by clicking the ellipsis (...) button for the chart.Options to select the sort column and change the sort order are displayed. </p> <p> You can use both highlighting and filtering to focus on data.Filtering removes unfocused data from visualizations; highlighting dims unfocused data. You can highlight fields by clicking them: </p> <img src="[x|UrlRootAbs]/kb/articles/powerbi-3.png" title="A highlighted account in a pie chart. (Salesforce is shown.)"/> <p> You can apply filters at the page level, at the report level, or to a single visualization by dragging fields onto the Filters pane.To filter on the field's value, select one of the values that are displayed in the Filters pane. </p> <img src="[x|UrlRootAbs]/kb/articles/powerbi-4.png" title="Accounts and Annual Revenue filtered by Industry. (Salesforce is shown.)"/> </li> </ol> <p> Click Refresh to synchronize your report with any changes to the data. </p> <p>At this point, you will have a Power BI report built on top of live [datasource].Learn more about the [company_name] Power BI Connectors for [service] and download a free trial from the <a href="../../drivers/[id]/powerbi/">[service] Power BI Connector page</a>.Let our <a href="https://www.cdata.com/support/submit.aspx">Support Team</a> know if you have any questions. </p>. The error was: The value of the attribute could not be accessed: The attribute does not exist.<br><b>URL</b>: /jp/kb/tech/bridge-powerbi.rst