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Turning on Q&A in PBI Gateway for SQL Server 2014 SSAS Cubes


Turning on Q&A in PBI Gateway for SQL Server 2014 SSAS Cubes

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Hello,

I have a SQL Server 2014 DB, with SSAS cubes, and Power BI Gateway with Azure, and access the cubes from the IE Web browser.

I went in with the browser, with a Dashboard open, and went to Gear, Settings, Datasets, Q&A and Cortana, and check on Q&A. I can't seem to activate the NLQ function. Whatelse may I need to do, or try to use the functionality?

I understand that it has to be a SQL Server 2016 DB, but that was if you went straight to the Cubes on a 2014 machine, and this was not the case if your cubes were made available in the Azure PBI Gateway.

Thanks,
JPQ
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