Has anyone managed to use the createEntity funciton of the Azure table storage connector? I have a simple table set up in my azure storage account PartitionKey|RowKey|DateTimeStamp|User|Type and have tried every method i can come up with to satisfy the createEntity.
Any advice would be greatly recieved.
As an update, I've got thigs working now using flow, which is fine, except for that users are being asked for my table storage account & key when opening the app.
So working, but not really the ideal solution.
Hi, I am having the same problem. Would you explain your workaround using flow if possible.
Also with the problem that all users are being asked for your table storage accounts, would all users need to have those credentials or can they ignore it and still be able to export the data from powerapps to table storage. Am wanting to know to see if the workaround is viable going forward.
So from Power Apps you click the 'Action' > 'Flows' option and then add new.
Then to call the new flow you call NAMEOFFLOW.Run('pass in the data properties in the right order')
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