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Helper II
Helper II

MSSQL Connected table not all fields available

HI

First hello from the newbie 🙂 I am trying my first Power App I connected to mssql server and table however only a few of the fields from the table are being utilized in the screens and I can't figure out how to get access to the others to create the screens I want to create.

 

Any and all suggestions of solving appreciated 

 

Thanks

 

MRRComp

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You have DetailsScreen1 selected in the designer. You need to expand the tree view and make sure that you select the details form in order to access the "edit fields" link in the properties pane.

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Super User III
Super User III

Can you give a little more details. What are you connecting to, a Gallery or a form?

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 As I said ..

 

1) Opened a Trial Account

2) And followed the "Start With Data" process by picking SQL Server

 

Meir

 

 

 

Hi Meir,

MSSQL doesn't support some of the more complex data types. In your case however, I suspect that you're just missing the data cards in your edit and display forms.

Have you tried to add the missing fields by clicking the edit fields link?

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Building-Power-Apps/How-to-add-extra-data-card/m-p/420658

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Thanks for your replies... When I go to the "Details Form" i don't have "Edit fields"

 

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Regards

 

MRRCOMP

You have DetailsScreen1 selected in the designer. You need to expand the tree view and make sure that you select the details form in order to access the "edit fields" link in the properties pane.

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