|When is a refresh not a refresh?|
|Written by Dave Wickert|
|Saturday, 21 November 2009 02:40|
Ok. This post will be a bit complicated but stick with me. Hopefully, in the end, all will be clear. And the geek in you will love it.
One of the things that users just kind of glance over, but don’t realize the implication, is the fact that PowerPivot is a copy of the data. If you haven’t already, let me suggest that you read my "Where’s the beef?" posting. In that posting I talked about the fact that data itself is pulled into the workbook when you save it. When you click any of these buttons:
- Video - Deploying and Managing a PowerPivot for SharePoint Infrastructure Using Microsoft SQL Server 2012
- Video - Deploying and Managing Microsoft SQL Server PowerPivot for SharePoint
- General problems with Gallery snapshots not being taken - no items listed in the ULS log
- Importing XML data
- Data feeds: Cannot get schema? But it is there ...
- Step by step guide on installing PowerPivot for SharePoint on a single machine
- How to install PowerPivot for Excel and list of know issues
- List of suggested datasets to test PowerPivot
- List of PowerPivot DAX functions with description
- Microsoft Virtual Lab: PowerPivot for Excel 2010 Introduction
- Learning PowerPivot and DAX
- List of PowerPivot DAX functions (short)
- PowerPivot's impact on BI pros?