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Dynamically take data from Power Apps to SQL

Hello,

 

I've created a stored procedure with Flow and use it in Power Apps. The problem is when I want to take the data as it is dynamically. Im having 13 columns and when I use 'PowerApp->Executestoredprocedure(V2)'.Run(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13) manually the stored procedure works, but I want to make it dynamically. All the columns have different sets. Can anyone tell me how to take the dynamically data from these columns?

 

Thanks.

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Re: Dynamically take data from Power Apps to SQL

@bulprosbibg 

You might need to give an example here.  I’m not sure what meant by manually vs dynamically.

 

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Re: Dynamically take data from Power Apps to SQL

Okay. For example:

 

1) I have one table in my database which is called Flow with 13 different columns

2) Each of these columns has different value

3) I've created the following Flow:

bulprosbibg_0-1593605339501.png

+ 10 more columns

4) When I include 13 records in the Run propery from the Flow it works and 13 records are inserted in my database

bulprosbibg_1-1593605430388.png

5) You can see how the database looks now:

bulprosbibg_2-1593605461338.png

6) I want to use the following records automatically from Power Apps:

 

bulprosbibg_4-1593605547309.png

But I dont know how to include them in the "Run" statement

 

 

 

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Re: Dynamically take data from Power Apps to SQL

Hi @bulprosbibg 

It looks like this might be the same, or very closely related to what I've posted here. Can you see if that helps?

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Building-Power-Apps/Insert-records-to-SQL-database/m-p/613717/hi... 

 

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