<br><b>Code</b>: rsb:print<br><b>Error</b>: Formatter [ rootadoname ] failed in the evaluation of <p> Power BI ????????????????????????·?????????[company_name] Cloud Hub ?????????[datasource] ??Cloud-to-cloud ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????Power BI ?[datasource] ????????????????????Power BI ?????[datasource] ??????????????????? </p> <p> [company_name] Cloud Hub ??[service]?SQL ?????????????????????Power BI ?????[datasource] ??????????????????????????????????Power BI ????????????SQL ??????????????????????????????[company_name] Cloud Hub ??????????????SQL ??(?????JOIN ??)???[service] ??????????????????????[datasource] ?????????? </p> <p>???????[company_name] Cloud Hub ????????[service] ???????????????????????????? <a href="https://www.cdata.com/cloudhub/help/#2"></a>????????????????????????????????????<i></i>?????[id] db ????????????????????????????</p> <h2>Power BI ???????????????????</h2> <p>To connect to and visualize your [datasource] in the Power BI service through the [company_name] Cloud Hub, install the <a href="https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/gateway/" target=_blank>on-premises data gateway</a>, add a data source to the gateway from the Power BI service, and publish a dataset from Power BI Desktop to the service.</p> <h3>????????????????????????</h3> <p>The Microsoft on-premises data gateway provides secure data transfer between connected data sources and various cloud-based Microsoft tools and platforms.You can read more about the gateway in the <a href="https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/service-gateway-onprem" target=_blank>Microsoft documentation</a>.</p> <p>You can download and install the gateway from the Power BI service:</p> <ol> <li>Log in to PowerBI.com</li> <li>Click the Download menu and click Data Gateway <img src="[x|UrlRootAbs]/kb/articles/cloudhub-powerbi-service-1.png" title="Download the Data Gateway"/></li> <li>Follow the instructions for installation, making note of the name of the gateway</li> </ol> <h3>Power BI ??????????????[service] ???</h3> <p>Once you have installed the data gateway, you add the Cloud Hub as a data source to the Power BI service:</p> <ol> <li>Log in to PowerBI.com</li> <li>Click the Settings menu and click "Manage gateways" <img src="[x|UrlRootAbs]/kb/articles/cloudhub-powerbi-service-2.png" title="Settings -> Manage gateways"/></li> <li>Click "ADD DATA SOURCE" and configure the connection to the Cloud Hub: <br></br> <ul> <li>Set <b>Data Source Name</b> CloudHub_[rootadoname] <li>Choose SQL Server as the <b>Data Source Type</b> <li>Set <b>Server</b> to the address of your Cloud Hub instance (i.e.: <i>myinstance.cdatacloud.net</i>) <li>Set <b>Database</b> to the name of your virtual [service] database (i.e.: <i>[id]db</i>) <li>Set <b>Authentication Method</b> to Basic <li>Set <b>Username</b> and <b>Password</b> to Cloud Hub credentials </ul> </li> </ol> <h3>Power BI Desktop ?????????????</h3> <p>With the gateway installed and the Cloud Hub added as a datasource to the Power BI service, you can publish a dataset from Power BI Desktop to the service.</p> <ol> <li>Open Power BI, click Get Data -> More, then select SQL Server database, and click Connect.</li> <img src="[x|UrlRootAbs]/kb/articles/cloudhub-powerbi-service-3.png" title="Create a new connection in Power BI"/> <li>Set the connection properties and click OK. <ul> <li>Set <b>Server</b> to the address of your Cloud Hub instance (i.e.: <i>myinstance.cdatacloud.net</i>) <li>Set <b>Database</b> to the name of your virtual [service] database (i.e.: <i>[id]db</i>) <li>Set <b>Data Connectivity mode</b> to DirectQuery* </ul> <img src="[x|UrlRootAbs]/kb/articles/cloudhub-powerbi-service-4.png" title="Connect to the [company_name] Cloud Hub instance"/> * <i>DirectQuery enables live query processing and real-time visualizations of [datasource].</i> </li> <li>In the authentication wizard, select Database, set the <b>User name</b> and <b>Password</b> properties, and click Connect.</li> <img src="[x|UrlRootAbs]/kb/articles/cloudhub-powerbi-service-5.png" title="Authenticate the connection"/> <li>Select the table(s) to visualize in the Navigator dialog. <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 reported by the Cloud Hub. </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></li> <li>Define any relationships between the selected entities on the Relationships tab. <li>Click Publish (from the Home menu) and select a Workspace. </ol> <h2>Power BI Service ?[service] [datatype] ??????????????????</h2> <p>Now that you have published a dataset to the Power BI service, you can create new reports and dashboards based on the published data:</p> <ol> <li>Log in to PowerBI.com <li>Click Workspaces and select a workspace <li>Click Create and select Report <li>Select the published dataset for the report <img src="[x|UrlRootAbs]/kb/articles/cloudhub-powerbi-service-6.png" title="Select a dataset"/></li> <li>Choose fields and visualizations to add to your report <img src="[x|UrlRootAbs]/kb/articles/cloudhub-powerbi-service-7.png" title="Visualizing [datasource] in the Power BI service"/></li> </ol> <h2>??????????????[service] [datatype] ??SQL ????</h2> <p> Now you have a direct connection to live [datasource] from the Power BI service.You can create more data sources and new visualizations, build reports, and more &mdash; all without replicating [datasource].</p> <p>To get SQL data access to 100+ SaaS, Big Data, and NoSQL sources directly from your cloud applications, see the <a href="../../cloudhub">[company_name] Cloud Hub</a>. </p>. 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