|How to easily limit the number of rows in your Excel Power Pivot model|
|Written by Erik Svensen|
|Tuesday, 08 October 2013 22:09|
I am currently working with an Excel Power Pivot model with about 20+ million rows in the model, and as there are a lot of Excel reports in the model and some of the calculated fields are pretty complex it takes some time when I move calculated fields, format them or change them.
The model retrieves data from a SQL database so the table queries are either Stored Procedures or handwritten SQL statements.Read more...
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