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vsslasd
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Re: Performance with Patching to Azure

And does not Collect(SQLTable, Collection) only insert rows rather than update ?

 

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@PaulD1 

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Re: Performance with Patching to Azure

 Hi @vsslasd 

 

Yes, the collect method is used for adding multiple new records in one step.

 

Have you looked into the UpdateIf function?

 

Note that perform any record operations on a SQL table it must have a primary key defined, or PowerApps will treat it as Read-Only.

vsslasd
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Re: Performance with Patching to Azure

Thank you, Paul.
Interesting.
We have been using Patch, and didn't know you could use the UpdateIf for a SQL Table.

So, if we can understand how to integrate a sample Collection into the UpdateIf statement to a SQLTable and understand if ForAll is appropriate (or not), we should be set to move forward !

Your input is much appreciated. There isn't any documentation which describes the various methods and the pros and cons of each... which would be a great topic for an article someone could publish!

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