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Permission issue when creating custom entity in Microsoft (new default) environment

I am trying to create new entity into the new default environment. I am getting "you do not have permission to perform this operation" error. I checked connections and I have Common Data Service Premium level and am fully authenticated.

 

I do have my old default environment but I am unable to make new entities in that either. To counter check, I have one custom environment and I am able to CRUD tables but that is not the environment I want to create new entities. Since my app in in my old default, I only need to move/recreate one small table.

 

What am I missing? Can someone help, please.

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Hi @ManishM,

 

Sorry that I have misunderstood your issue that I though you was unable to add data to entities. The "you do not have permission to perform this operation" error did you mean the below error?

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If this is the situation, please let your admin navigate to PowerApps Admin Center > Environments > Choose the defaulf one > Create new database for this environment. After you see the below page, then you will be able to create new entities in default environment:

Capture.PNG

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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Hi @ManishM,

 

Can you manually create new entities in the CDS site under default environment successfully?

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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No, I cannot.Smiley Sad

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Hi Mona,

 

I have been attempting to create tables through CDS site directly. I don't know any other way. But if there is, please tell me and I 'll give it a try.

 

Thanks for your support.

 

Manish

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Hi @ManishM,

 

Sorry that I have misunderstood your issue that I though you was unable to add data to entities. The "you do not have permission to perform this operation" error did you mean the below error?

Capture.PNG

 

If this is the situation, please let your admin navigate to PowerApps Admin Center > Environments > Choose the defaulf one > Create new database for this environment. After you see the below page, then you will be able to create new entities in default environment:

Capture.PNG

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Below error is what I get when I try to create a new entity "WPE_Team" and save. My environment is my "new default":

Capture1.PNG

 

Thanks

Manish

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Here's what i see when in Admin-> environment. I do not see my new default:Capture2.PNG

 

Thanks

Manish

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Any updates form Microosft?

I have the same error. I've spent temi to configure nire entity in my coroporate environment and the then cannot save it becouse

 

You do not have permission to perform this operation

 

 

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I have the exact same issue - no default environment is shown!

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Once on, will the fetaure populate the existing entities?

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