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Custom SQL Transaction Table with MS Access and SQL Server Commands

I have a bit of a one off that I was hoping someone might have some ideas on.  We have a table called tblSQLTransactions located on SQL Server  with two fields that matter here:  [Server_SQL_Command] and [Client_SQL_Command]. 


The table has a trigger that executes the sql syntax found in [Server_SQL_Command] on the server when a new row is inserted.  The SQL command found here would be typical SQL syntax with an INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, etc. 


Each of the clients then link to this table and when their machine sees a new record, execute the [Client_SQL_Command] locally on a local set of data.  The client's machine however use Microsoft Access, and the SQL syntax needs to be slightly different for some types of fields (e.g. date fields and boolean fields). 


Powerapps seems to make everything easy so I thought I'd ask if anyone has ideas on how to set this up.  A high level premise I was thinking was if I could pass the tablename, fieldnames and values from the PowerApps form and have a Flow that would determine the field type and generate the respective SQL syntax for each of the server and client versions.


Is something like that possible?





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