Hi, we are running an Office 365 environment and use Access Web Apps (a form of SQL server).
In the PowerApps page, in the default environment, I created the connection to the Access Web App as an SQL server connection, and renamed it to a more familiar form.
I can use the connection fine in my PowerApps, no problems. Then I shared the connection both with specific people and with the whole organisation. But my colleague, when he opens the PowerApp that uses the connection, is asked to allow the connection, but the OK button is greyed out.
When he signs in to PowerApps and switches to the default environment, he cannot see the SQL server connection I shared with him.
I have similar problem that I have reproduced in two different tenants:
1. Create SQL Azure connection and share it with users.
2. Create PowerApp that uses the same connection and share it with the same users.
- the users cannot press the Allow button.
- the users cannot see the shared connection.
In rare cases the allow button was enabled:
- once it was enabled but with different connection than the one that was associated with the app (the same database, but with different connection name) for the user that had added that connection himself.
- for one user I just shared a simple AdventureWorksLT Azure SQL database connection in a very simple PowerApp, the button was enabled at the first try but after that when I changed the permission (to give her more rights) the button remains disabled no matter what I do.