Hi Ian,Not that I'm aware of. But iBase is an SQL database, so you should be able to plug any BI software on it.
It mainly depends on what type of dashboards the customers want.As there is no standard iBase DB structure, each customer will have its own DB structure (and quite often more than one DB structures).It will also depends on the type and volume of data in the iBase DB.So, I believe that the answer to your questions is "Yes, of course".But 99.99% of the work will be on the BI side. The iBase SQL database is just another data source.We (IBM i2) can of course help to explain the overall internal structure of the SQL Server used by iBase.Just one very important thing to keep in mind : The iBase SQL Server can only be accessed in Read-Only mode by outside tools.So, as long as Power BI (or any other BI tool) only reads from the SQL Server iBase DB, that's fine.I hope this helps. JJ Casalonga (IBM i2 Support)