Migrating Excel Power Pivot Models To SSAS

Imke Feldmann has a walkthrough to show how to migrate a Power Pivot model in Excel into SQL Server Analysis Services by way of Power BI:

In Visual Studio there is a wizard to migrate an Excel Power Pivot model to a SSAS model. But this will not bring over the M-queries unfortunately. But there is a workaround to achieve this. It requires SQL Server 2017 or higher.

Click through for a list of operations and a video showing how it’s done.

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