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powerpivot - recognising table relationships in data from SQL server

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just wondering...I know Powerpivot recognises Access table relationships....just wondering if Powerpivot recognises SQL relationships as well....
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Yes, it will. That's really all the answer to your question!

Here's a video that will help you regarding SQL server imports: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sqlserver/dn151341.aspx

The transcript includes "The Wizard imports the table relationships along with the data."
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That's all I wanted to know.. :-)
Thanks.
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Exactly what I wanted to know
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