Tabular Editor 3.1.4
- Download Tabular Editor 3.1.4 (64 bit) (recommended)
- Download Tabular Editor 3.1.4
- Portable versions: x64, x86
If you haven't used Tabular Editor 3 before, you are eligible to a 30 day trial, which can be requested after installation. You can also purchase a license.
Improvements in 3.1.4
- Added a few toolbar shortcuts to menus (for example, you can now manage BPA rules under Tools > Manage BPA rules...)
- Can now create DAX scripts for calculated columns and calculated tables by selecting them in the TOM Explorer and right-clicking
- Improved error message behavior in Pivot Grid
- Added "Launch Tabular Editor 3" button to installer, see #202
Bugfixes in 3.1.4
- Columns/measures with brackets in their names and tables with single quotes in their name now no longer generates a false semantic error, see #239.
- Fixed a bug that caused a false semantic error when using certain words as variable names.
- Fixed a bug that could sometimes cause a crash while defining a variable in DAX.
- Fixed a bug that caused a false semantic error when using TOPNSKIP with certain arguments.
SelectObject<T>method (and methods that wrap it) now returns null when the user hits the "Cancel" button, see #247.
- Fixed an issue with the
ImportPropertiesmethods not working for object collections, see #245.
- Fixed an issue that prevented pasting calculation items, see #237
- Fixed a "Duplicate key" error which would occur when updating a table schema for a table that contained similarly named columns (i.e. "Customer Key" and "CustomerKey").
Coming from Tabular Editor 2.x?
Watch this video to get an idea of the new features in Tabular Editor 3.
Tabular Editor 3 major features overview:
- Fully customizable IDE, with multi-monitor, Hi-DPI support and themes
- New powerful DAX code editor with auto-complete, syntax checking, code folding and much, much more
- *Workspace mode, allowing you to save your changes to disk and synchronise model metadata to Analysis Services simultaneously
- *Preview table data with infinite scrolling, create PivotGrids or write DAX queries to browse the model or test calculation logic
- *Schedule data refreshes
- Update Table Schemas on both Provider and Structured Data Sources (yes, even for M queries!)
- Create data model diagrams
- Create DAX scripts that allow you to edit multiple measures or other calculated objects in a single document
- Record C# scripts and save as macros (formerly known as "Custom Actions")
- VertiPaq Analyzer integration
*=Only while connected to an instance of Analysis Services or Power BI