So i requested a PowerPivot workbook from SharePoint, what happens?

by Kasper de Jonge

In my previous blog posts we made use of a published PowerPivot workbook to use a datasource. In this post we are going to discover what goes on under the hood  when you call a PowerPivot workbook on a SharePoint 2010 server.

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Note from Denny:  While Kasper has his own excellent blog, I thought it would be nice to reference his blog posting at PowerPivotTwins.com since its a great quick read to explain what happens.  Enjoy!

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