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    Joe commented  · 

    @Sergey Baklan,

    Hi Sergey,

    > If creating PivotTable you add data to data model Excel automatically renames Date to Date 1 in > data model, thus in PivotTable, as well. No actions are required.

    This is fun finding. The thing is that field is also getting renamed in a sheet. So you started with a "Date" and ended up with a "Date 1" in Data Model, Pivot Table and your Sheet.

    It seems that it related to a thing that Date is a DAX data type and thus can't be used as an identifier. But renaming it in the source data is surprising.

    But this idea is about the bug (as per me) in general and in ordinary Pivot Tables. You can create a table with column "Fruits" instead of "Date" and you will see the same issue as described in an idea.

    Data Model is a different beast and i can confirm that layout of a Pivot Table based on Data Model is preserved whenever you rename source fields.

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    Joe commented  · 

    +1. So far you've to set query's parameter "background refresh" to FALSE effectively blocking entire Excel application waiting for query to finish.

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