I'm hoping someone can help me with a licensing question.
I have a canvas app which, according to the App Details Screen, is using a Standard license:
In the app, I call a Flow which uses the Response action to return a JSON object to PowerApps.
From my understanding, use of a premium connector in Flow which is called from PowerApps requires a premium license. However, this does not seem to be the case. A user with a standard Power Apps for Office 365 is able to to use the app without the need for a standalone Power Apps or Power Automate license.
Is this because the connectors in the Flow are not run in a user-context? I.e. the end user does not have to create their own Connection for the 'Response' action. I am seeing the same behaviour for the HTTP connector.
To be clear, the creator of the Flow has a Power Automate license.