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This is necessary. Why do we need to store our API Secrets or Keys in plain text when it is a huge security issue? Azure Key Vault has been created to have them securely stored.
Inforiver offers the fastest way to create IBCS reports - explore some of the highlights from tables and charts.
Is there any plan of MS PBI team to introduce the email subscription of PBI reports on report server.
Report Builder - Unicode Symbols - toggle the Print Layout button
pbi community forum thread with all the workings and discussions with m$ support.
The DAX, data and Report Builder code and links are provided. Issue is reproducible and an a straightforward fix for m$.
Hi H M,
Some users in my environment have also suggested this idea!
To add to this idea, it would be great to have an Annotation "Edit" mode button, where all annotations have MRTK bounding boxes highlighted on all the arrows so that they can be moved.
On top of this, it would be amazing if we could use the eye controls and voice commands to say, "Move this" (looking at an arrow) and then say "There" (looking at the spot) to edit the placed arrow's position.
This would be a great use of the "Eye tracking, target positioning" available in the MRTK tools, and an excellent addition to Remote Assist if implemented!