You'll need the "Windows Application Package for Windows operating systems" (see https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/ibm-i-access-client-solutions).

After that's installed, you'll need a connection. Launch "ODBC Administration" (on Win7, press the Windows key and type "ODBC"). On the User DSN tab click Add. Pick the "IBM I Access ODBC Driver" and fill in all the details. Within PowerBI, I think you'll find this new connection under something like "Other data sources".


HTH



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Subject: RE: Power BI connecting to an AS/400

Thanks for the reply Justin, but KI have no idea as to what needs to happen Any documentation anywhere?

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