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Advocate I
Advocate I

SOLVED ! - SQL Schemas in PowerAps



I have an app with an on premises SQL data source. I used to have a schema called 'dbo', the standard, and here everything worked fine. Due to some changes in the database structure I had to change the schema name to 'ops'. I am owner on the database, but now I cannot see any of my forms in edit mode, and I can't submit any forms. That is, I can't write to the tables using the schema 'ops'. 


Do any of you know what might be wrong? Is this something general with PowerApps? I have tried, and I can edit the tables directly in Management Studio, but not through the app. 


I found the solution: All the new tables did not have any primary keys, and it works now that they have. 

Dual Super User III
Dual Super User III

Did you double check that the connection account being used in the connector has full access to the new schema?

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