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workbook, or from your big SQL Server in the sky, SQL Azure You can even paste from a Word table Let s work through the steps involved in assembling some or all of this data You won t necessarily have all of the data sources mentioned In that case, try the ones that are relevant to you But in order to follow the steps in this book on your computer, rather than just read about them, it would be helpful if you have the Northwind database in either its SQL Server or Access or Excel incarnation Details of how to download Northwind for Access or SQL Server are given in the introduction There is also, as of this writing, a Northwind data feed that you might use instead I have also created an Excel version again, download details are mentioned earlier Should you not have any of these versions of Northwind, it should be relatively easy to adapt the instructions that follow to your own data sources Please note that, because of structure and data changes, you ll need the pre-Access 2007 copy of Northwind to follow the examples here (that is, Northwindmdb, not Northwindaccdb) You can load Northwindmdb into Access 2010 or Access 2007 and convert it to Northwind accdb that will also work fine Just be careful that you don t save and overwrite any original Northwindaccdb that you may have The data in the Access and SQL Server and Excel and data feed Northwinds is identical (at least for the tables and columns we ll be working with), so once you ve done the import, the steps in this book should work for everyone In essence, this means that you don t have to have SQL Server even if the full official name of PowerPivot for Excel is Microsoft SQL Server PowerPivot for Excel 2010 You do need SQL Server (in order to have SSAS, or SQL Server Analysis Services) if you wish to view your PowerPivot pivot reports in SharePoint, using a Web browser, rather than in Excel You will also need to enable Excel Services in SharePoint This book is about PowerPivot for Excel (where you create everything in the first place) rather than PowerPivot for SharePoint, where you can deploy the results and make them available through your SharePoint Web site if you wish So all you need is Excel 2010, with PowerPivot for Excel 2010 installed, and preferably one of the four possible Northwinds The next four sections demonstrate how to import Northwind data from SQL Server and Access and Excel and a data feed in turn You only need to do one of these, whichever is appropriate to your situation, although for future reference it might be beneficial to read the other three If you wish to try more than one, and you have the relevant Northwinds, please remove the tables from PowerPivot first Otherwise, you will end up with tables being duplicated To delete a table, you right-click its tab and choose Delete You need to be in the PowerPivot window, not the Excel one (unless you are first linking to an Excel table), to import or delete data Here goes
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If you re wondering why we re going to use Northwind rather than Adventure Works (the classic sample databases for SQL Server 2005 and 2008) or the newer Contoso sample database, it s so that readers who don t have SQL Server can use an Access, Excel, or Northwind data feed, and everyone can follow along with the same practicals An Access version of Adventure Works is not readily available for download, and an Excel version would be pretty big Northwind contains everything we need to learn about every aspect of PowerPivot for Excel and its associated DAX language If you don t have SQL Server and the Northwind database, then maybe try the next section, Importing from Access, or the subsequent sections on importing from Excel or a data feed For future reference, I recommend that you read this section on SQL Server anyway, even if you are not in a position to try it just yet To import some tables from SQL Server Northwind:
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Click the From Database button in the Get External Data group of the Home ribbon in PowerPivot This opens the menu shown in Figure 2-5 In this menu choose From SQL Server to open the Table Import Wizard You first need a Server name and a Database name Enter the name of your SQL Server in the Server Name field, and choose Northwind from the Database Name drop-down In Figure 2-6, you can see I ve been lazy and used the dot shorthand for localhost (in a production environment, it s good practice to enter the server name explicitly) It s a good idea to click the Test Connection button before you click Next If the connection fails, you may have to switch from Use Windows Authentication to Use SQL Server Authentication and enter your SQL Server login and password (optionally, saving your password; this is particularly important if you later deploy to PowerPivot for SharePoint) If the connection is taking too long, for example, if a server is unavailable, you can cancel the operation
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