Power BI Embedded support for portals
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|Enabled for||Public preview||Early access||General availability|
|End users by admins, makers, or analysts||-||-||Oct 14, 2019|
In the April 2019 release of Dynamics 365 Portals, we started a preview for Power BI Embedded service. With Power BI Embedded service, customizers can provide access to Power BI dashboards and reports to users who don't have a Power BI account. As part of this release, this functionality would be generally available for all customers.
This feature provides the ability to surface Power BI Embedded service components (reports, dashboards, and tiles) contextually to portal users who don't have a Power BI license.
With this feature you can embed Power BI components on a portal and contextually serve the data to users coming to the portal. Some of the core capabilities of this feature include:
Pass automatic filters to reports using a filter parameter along with the powerbi liquid tag. This will help you to filter down the data contextually based on what the user is viewing on the portal.
Enable Power BI row-level security (RLS) capabilities by passing the roles parameter in the context of the signed-in user. This will help organizations to secure the data that is visible to users and show them only what they are allowed to see.
This feature will be released into the following Microsoft Azure geographic areas:
- United States
- Asia Pacific
- United Kingdom
- South America