Feedback from users #12

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sio submitted on Sun 25 February 2018 # OWNER

Hello! If you are using LibPQ (or have used, or have tried to use it but something didn't work out for you) - please leave some feedback in comments below.

  • Does LibPQ suit your needs? Were you able to successfully use it in any workbooks/reports?
  • Was the documentation sufficient? What topics were unclear or missing?
  • What LibPQ features do you consider most important?

Any feedback beside the three points above is also greatly appreciated! Thank you!

sio labeled discussion on Sun 25 February 2018
sio changed title from Request for feedback from users to Feedback from users on Wed 08 August 2018
spythan commented on Fri 26 April 2019 #


Thank you a lot for the work you've done, your project helps me in my Power BI workflow so much!
It allowed version control, automation, and text editor selection already for me, and I'm about to use your Unit Testing framework!

I would like to ask if there is currently a way to use LibPQ on Power BI Service?

sio commented on Sat 27 April 2019 # OWNER

Thank you for your feedback! I'm glad you find LibPQ useful :)

I have never tested LibPQ with PowerBI service, and I have no access to the service to do such tests. When I started writing this reply my initial idea was that LibPQ should work fine as long as you use only web sources in LibPQPath, but then I did some googling... It seems that the base URL for Web.Contents has to be static, which is not the case for LibPQ at the moment. I have some ideas on how to fix that, but I will need your help to test the changes in PowerBI service. Please join me here 👍