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Table Name in SQL Tabular

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Any idea how to find the actual table used in SQL Tabular ? I have the name in table property and I can' find the actual table using the value provided. Guessing that the name is not the actual table name. Any idea ?

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You can also check the views. You can select from a view the same way you are selecting from a table.
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Tks. Where can I add view to a SQL Tabular in SQL Server Data Tools ? Tks
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I think they should be accessible the same way as the tables. BTW, I just realised, is it possible that you are connected to a wrong database?
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