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SQL connector throttling limits

Can anyone clear up the throttling limits of the SQL Server (to Azure SQL) connector within a Power Apps context.
There are 2 mentioned scenarios in the docs:
  • Power AppsShared EnvironmentAllAPI calls per user30030
  • API calls per connection10010 seconds


    I really hope its the first with regard to basic querying (Filter, Patch etc) of tables as the second really isn't very scalable for a large multi user application.


Hi @craigblowfield 


The SQL API Call is actually limited to per connection rather than per user. If you have 100 people, all of them use same SQL Connection, in 10 seconds, each of them could send a SQL API Request.


Best Regards.




Thank you very much for your response.


In that case, when is the special throttling limits applicable as described below


Power Apps - Shared Environment - All API calls per user 300 30


I feel that 100 calls across all users for a single connect not very scalable, especially for a high user solution.

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