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Manage/ Edit data source credentials in Power BI Desktop
Learn how to manage your data source credentials in Power BI.
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Secure, hide your API key in the store credentials
Delete your data source credentials in Power BI
Edit your data source credentials in Power BI
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I am trying to hide the API key in the function query per your video. The query works perfectly when the API key is ‘hard coded’ into the query, but not when I replace the code with ApiKeyName=”Sig”.
When I edit the credentials (i.e. change to Web API source and enter API key), the output shows an error message “You must use an API key to authenticate each request to Google Maps Platform APIs. For Additional information, please refer to http://g.co/dev/maps-no-account”
I can’t work out what I am doing wrong here. It’s like it doesn’t recognize the API key when I use credentials type Web API.
Ruth Pozuelo Martinez
The apikeyname is a parameter not text, use apikeyname=sig