Power BI Helper April 2019 Edition

Reza Rad announces an update to Power BI Helper:

Previously you could use Power BI Helper to connect to a model in Power BI Desktop and analyze that model, getting the list of all tables, columns, measures, alongside with measure dependency and modeling advise, and also documenting everything at the end. The good news is that now with having XMLA endpointavailable, you can connect directly to Power BI datasets in the service, and get all those functionalities with that.

Read on for the full change set.

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