I managed to get this working with Authentication
I have setup parameters in powerbi/query for
This is an example of the code block for the power bi query
Source = Json.Document(Web.Contents("https://api.trello.com/1/boards/"&TrelloBoardKey&"/cards?key="&TrelloAPIKey&"&token="&TrelloAPIToken&"")),
#"Converted to Table" = Table.FromList(Source, Splitter.SplitByNothing(), null, null, ExtraValues.Error),
If you want to get Card information you can use the
and for lists..
and there are others.
Getting your Keys
To get your API Key go to https://trello.com/app-key
To get your API Token, you get this once you have an API Key you can get a token
This sums it up.. https://developers.trello.com/page/authorization
Hey thank you for this it worked perfectly.
But I have one issue when I try to export actions it only give 50 rows even though the json clearly has all of them (when you export the Trello board as a json).
Do you know of a way I can get it to bring in more than just 50 rows? It seems to be able to bring in data for every card when it’s set to “cards”, but not “actions”.
I know there is a limit to the number of items when you try to access it through the RestAPI. the number is 1000.
maybe there is a similar limit to the export?
or, maybe, you can export only the last actions done on the board because it doesn't export the history?
If you like to use the API, I can help you.
Using a JSON data source in PowerBI is usually quite common. What didn't work in your integration?
If you're using PowerBI, you could look into MS Flow as a lightweight service bus. Flow has connectors for both Trello and PowerBI that could simplify the integration setup. A more robust of feature rich integration via a service bus would require something like Mulesoft to be set up in the middle. Mulesoft would allow two-way one-to-many or many-to-one interactions between systems.
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