Power BI, Excel, SharePoint, And Data Refreshing

Chris Webb shows how to ensure that data refresh works when you store multiple Excel workbooks in SharePoint or OneDrive:

I can hear you yawning already – yet another blog post on getting data from multiple Excel workbooks in Power Query and Power BI. Just about everyone who has ever written a blog post on Power BI has written about this subject, including me. However there’s a twist this time: what if your Excel workbooks are stored in SharePoint or OneDrive For Business? If they are, then your dataset may not refresh successfully after you have published unless you load your data in a particular way.

Read the whole thing if you work with Power BI.

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