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    Pleas see Kay’s comment below. Now that AS works on PQ, this of course becomes much easier. However still some work & testing to make each connector available, so likely will evaluate which are more suited to traditional BI and prioritize accordingly

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    Converting models from Power BI to AAS is a big need for our organization, it's great to see so many new connectors become supported in AAS however, only a small fraction are supported during the conversion process from Power BI to AAS. Rebuilding every model that needs to be converted isn't really an option so it would be nice to see the Web Designer support importing power bi models with more connections supported, specifically ODBC in our case. Even better it would be nice to see an option to import from power bi in visual studio similar to the current import from powerpivot option.

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