After yesterday's post about licensing in Microsoft Flow, I thought it would be useful to do the same comparison for PowerApps. Powerapps comes with 4 different flavours of Flow. Included in Office 365 P1 P2 Included in Dynamics 365 Often people use either of the two included options, simply because that is the one that … Continue reading PowerApps – Office 365, P1, P2 or Dynamics 365
For many years I've disliked InfoPath. (I always start a blog post on a positive note). Today, modern lists have received the options to update edit forms to use PowerApps. Imagine what you can now do! Just a thought, if you have a single list with a PowerApps form that can update data in multiple … Continue reading Office 365 – PowerApps is the new InfoPath, at last
I have a couple of anniversaries coming up soon. I've been working in SharePoint (and related Microsoft Technology) for nearly 10 Years and I've been blogging for nearly 7 years. Oh yes, before I forget I have been married for nearly 12 years. So I should have enough of an understanding of the Microsoft technology. Recently … Continue reading Office 365 – Is PowerApps to replace InfoPath?
Today, while I was working with PowerApps I suddenly got Could not acquire storage. Try again later When clicking on the More link I found the following: Error when acquiring storage (Result Code: FailedToAcquireStorage): Invalid response for getStorage call. Status Code: . Response: Stack: Core.ApplicationError: Invalid response for getStorage call. Status Code: . Response: at … Continue reading Office 365 – PowerApps – Could not acquire storage. Try again later
Today I connected my PowerApp to a SQL database in Azure. Then When I tried to connect my data I got the following There was a problem adding your data source. Please try again A bit of an unclear message and the try again isn't going to help either. When looking at the details of … Continue reading Office 365 – PowerApps – Table ‘[dbo].[TABLE]’ does not define any key columns.