Pagination in Power Query (follow up)

This post is an unintended follow up to my “mini-series” working through how I am connecting to Harvest and ClickUp APIs in Power Query. After writing up post #4 (iterating over an unknown number of pages), I decided to review the method I used there vs. the method in post #4 (List.Generate).

So, today’s post is really just describing another example of how to use List.Generate, this time…

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Pagination in Power Query (follow up)

This post is an unintended follow up to my “mini-series” working through how I am connecting to Harvest and ClickUp APIs in Power Query. After writing up post #4 (iterating over an unknown number of pages), I decided to review the method I used there vs. the method in post #4 (List.Generate).

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Jen Kuntz
Jen Kuntz
Jen is a self-employed Dynamics GP consultant, based in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. She is a Microsoft MVP in Business Applications (since 2016), a GPUG All-Star and a designated accountant (CPA, CGA).

Author: Jen Kuntz

Jen is a self-employed Dynamics GP consultant, based in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. She is a Microsoft MVP in Business Applications (since 2016), a GPUG All-Star and a designated accountant (CPA, CGA).

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