Publish a paginated report to the Power BI service
In this article, you learn about publishing a paginated report to the Power BI service by uploading it from your local computer. You can upload paginated reports to your My Workspace or any other workspace, as long as the workspace is in a Premium capacity. Look for the diamond icon next to the workspace name.
If your report data source is on premises, then you need to create a gateway after you upload the report.
Add a workspace to a Premium capacity
If the workspace doesn't have the diamond icon next to the name, you need to add the workspace to a Premium capacity.
Select Workspaces, select the ellipsis (...) next to the workspace name, then select Edit workspace.
In the Edit workspace dialog box, expand Advanced, then slide Dedicated capacity to On.
You may not be able to change it. If not, then contact your Power BI Premium capacity admin to give you assignment rights to add your workspace to a Premium capacity.
Upload a paginated report
Create your paginated report in Report Builder and save it to your local computer.
Open the Power BI service in a browser and browse to the Premium workspace where you want to publish the report. Note the diamond icon next to the name.
Select Get Data.
In the Files box, select Get.
Select Local file > browse to the paginated report > Open.
Select Continue > Edit credentials.
Configure your credentials > Sign in.
You see your report in the list of reports.
Select it to open it in the Power BI service. If it has parameters, you need to select them before you can view the report.
Create a gateway
Just like any other Power BI report, if the report data source is on premises, then you need to create or connect to a gateway to access the data.
Next to the report name, select Manage.
See the Power BI service article What is an on-premises data gateway for details and next steps.
Currently gateways don't support multi-value parameters.