Can you any one please share tutorial/Link/Test case to create APP using oracle Tables.
Quick responses are highly appreciated.
With PowerApps, pretend it's the same for any data source when making a PowerApps Canvas App.
You just need to learn how to use PowerApps Maker to make the app.
Start with just a made up Collection - this would emulate what you would get from a data source in PowerApps.
The Collection can be created with no data source if you want to practice.
For this, the query would be very open ended. There are many tutorials.
Even this forum have free community app samples. Here's one example made by us, released to community for free: App Timer Wait Recipe
"What is a Collection?"
and then there are many examples as well you can use to practice with Collections and much more.
To import .msapp files by the way, you go to Open from PowerApps studio and go to Browse Files. It's different from the process to import a Zip package by the way.
Furthermore, you can check also the following:
I wanted to only fetch the data from oracle tables and display and AUTO Populated based on some fields. but i dont wanted to insert data into Oracle Tables thru POWER APP. Can you please links/samples POWER APP Against these
All the request submitted thru POWER APPS i wanted to store. -- Where i can store them and how to achieve it. Request you to please share links /Sample POWER APPS against these
FYI, I am using Office 365 PowerAPPS
I have connected to our oracle Database successfully. I am trying to fetch the data from oracle tables
But I don't see all the tables here. May I know the reason.
If I try to my table in Custom table column, it gives me error.
Please look at the attached error's
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