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Helper V
Helper V

Powerapps and sql server connector

Hello,

i have created an app with a source sql server.

 

I only read data from sql server db table, but i don’t write in db.

 

I haven’t premium license but i haven’t error’s message.

 

could i have problems with this connector without premium account ?

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@gennarodp ,

For your first question, you can get details about your current powerapps licence (among other licenses) on Microsoft 365 Admin Portal -> Active users -> Your user.  Also, I think you need to see what kind of licence your app needs and this you'll find in app details... 

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Regarding the second question,  I think that @Pstork1 was pretty clear in his answer, but let me say with other words ... to access an app (whish is using premium connectors) any user needs to have PowerApps licence either per user/per app plan or per app plan. 

 

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Dual Super User III
Dual Super User III

You can see what Power Apps licenses you have by accessing plans off the gear menu in Power Apps.  That will list all the Power Apps licenses you ahve access to.

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Yes, if you are accessing SQL any user of the app will require a premium license.



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Dual Super User III
Dual Super User III

Yes, you will need a premium license to connect to a SQL database.  It doesn't matter whether you are Read Only or Read/Write.  Any use of the connector requires a premium license.  I suspect you may be currently using a trial license, which gives you access to the premium connections until it expires.



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Hello thanks for your answer.

 

how can i see my licenee type ?

 

If i share app with 2 others accounts, also they must have premium license ?

@gennarodp ,

For your first question, you can get details about your current powerapps licence (among other licenses) on Microsoft 365 Admin Portal -> Active users -> Your user.  Also, I think you need to see what kind of licence your app needs and this you'll find in app details... 

gabibalaban_0-1610829295857.png

 

Regarding the second question,  I think that @Pstork1 was pretty clear in his answer, but let me say with other words ... to access an app (whish is using premium connectors) any user needs to have PowerApps licence either per user/per app plan or per app plan. 

 

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Dual Super User III
Dual Super User III

You can see what Power Apps licenses you have by accessing plans off the gear menu in Power Apps.  That will list all the Power Apps licenses you ahve access to.

image.png

Yes, if you are accessing SQL any user of the app will require a premium license.



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