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Creating Integrations: Power BI Connection

Curator Connection


  1. Azure App Setup
  2. Service Principal Setup
  3. Power BI Workspace Access
  4. Curator Connection

Creating Curator Connection to Power BI

Note: You will need details from your Azure registered app and your service principal password (if you created a distinct service principal). See steps 1-3 above if you have not configured those yet.

If your Curator license allows you to connect to Power BI, you can connect to it by following this process:

  1. Login to the backend of your Curator instance (e.g. https://curatorexample.com/backend).
  2. Navigate to the Integrations > Connections section from the left-hand menu.
  3. Click the button at the top to create a new connection.
  4. From here, fill out the Azure registered app and service principal details, then click save. All 4 fields need to be filled in. If you haven't created a distinct service principal, then re-enter the client secret into the service principal password field.
  5. Refresh the page after saving and you should see a Power BI section show up in the left navigation.

Validate a successful connection

  • The service principal connection was successful if the dropdowns in the backend under Power BI > Reports > Create a new report populate.
  • The client secret connection was successful if the report loads in the frontend. Be sure to log out of the frontend a nd log back in fresh.