I also have named instances.
I think the key here is that PowerApps SQL connections do not work while Power BI connections do, I was able to add a connectoin in PowerBI with no issues.
Is there a way to get some attention to this post to get a response from Microsoft?
We are also experincing the issue. It started for us yesterday afternoon (around 3:00PM MST) We are utilizing a named instance as well.
The attempts to connect to the server via PowerAss don't seem to be showing at all in the SQL connection logs.
Session ID: 82e4e1a6-bc94-f634-2640-fb2ef8362556
I just noticed in testing again that the Source in the error is adding a second \ in the server name
It's showing as:
I can't get it to work otherwise, just posting to see if this helps shed some light!
We are treating this as a high priority issue and actively investigating. You can also look at the note at this page https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/support/ , which should have more information once we identify the issue.
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