Experimenting With Power BI Data Privacy Settings

Chris Webb takes us through some of the intricacies of Power BI data privacy settings and what it means when data sets are Private:

Not only does it only show the Package Search endpoint, there is a warning that says:
“Some data sources may not be listed because of hand-authored queries”
This refers to the output step in the query that calls the Package Show endpoint with the dynamically-generated url.
Closing this dialog and going back to the Query Editor, if you click the Edit Credentials button, you can set credentials for the data source (anonymous access is fine in this case). These credentials can be set at all levels in the path down to https://data.gov.uk/api/3/action/package_search.

Read the whole thing.

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