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I have connected my Dynamics CRM to PowerBI.
I get most of fields as they are shown in the CRM, but for some reason the field "Country", that in the CRM is entered as regular country names as "United States" or "China", is shown in PowerBI as the following:
2a3f6b00-8d3c-e811-a84e-000d3a2afa0f (different "code" for each country).
This happens also with other fields.
Any ideas how can I change it to the country name?
Looks like your field _new_country_value is a lookup. You need to add table Country to Power BI and create relationship between Country table and your table.
Use GUID field in Country table and _new_country_value in your Table to create a relationship.
After relationship is created you can choose CountryName field from Country table.
Hope it helps!
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