I want to create a form in which a custom user gives inputs and when he clicks submit button ,the entered values in he form Should submit against database.
Current Approach:I have 3 text boxes and one Button ,When i enter the text and click on a submit button it should populate the values inside the database.
@Anonymous wrote (emphasis added):
... gives inputs and when he clicks submit button ,the entered values in he form Should submit against database.
... When i enter the text and click on a submit button it should populate the values inside the database.
You refer to "the database" and "submit against database".
What is this "database" to which you are referring exactly?
Also, if the database is Common Data Service, what is the Entity you are trying to "submit against"?
If the data source is something else, please provide the relevant details.
We would suggest you post more detail regarding what is your current data source on the PowerApp.
If you do not currently have a data source, that is part of your problem.
Without a data source, you would have nothing to submit against.
You would go to "Data Sources" (use database looking icon on left) and add a data source.
Then go to select the form and under "Data source", choose the data source you just added under "In your app".
We recommend Common Data Service as the data source.
Also, you can do this another way: go to select the form directly from your screen where the form is, and under "Data source" you can choose the data source from there to add under "Entities" or "Connectors".
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