In my previous post, I have explained the possibility of using SSRS shared dataset as a source for Power BI report. Refer my previous post here.
In this post, I am giving you the detailed step by step procedure to work with the shared dataset in Power BI.
Follow the below steps,
Step 1: Open Power BI Report Server portal URL. For example, the URL is like below.
Step 2: Add the following extension with the above URL. /api/v2.0/datasets. It will list out all the datasets with ID as like below.
Step 3: Filter the dataset with ID. Here I used the second dataset id.
Step 4: Open Power BI Desktop and choose OData feed data connector
Step 5: Pass the above URL as like below.
Step 6: Choose advance and select “Include open type columns” checkbox to get all the columns of the dataset.
Step 7: Click Ok and select Edit Option on next screen.
Step 8: Select the icon near the “More Columns” as like below. It will list out all the columns.
Step 9: Uncheck the “Use original column name as a prefix” and click ok. Finally click “Close & Apply”.
Step 10: Choose the fields and create a report.
Thanks. Let me know if you face any issues.