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jayashri
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Which license type should I need to create a Data Table

Hello,

 

I have tried creating Data Table in power apps from below:

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Receiving below message:

 

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I have below licenses as well.

 

Can you please guide me what type of license do I need so shall be able to create a Data Table?

 

Thanking you in advance.

 

Regards,

Jayashri

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Pstork1
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Dual Super User III

Power Apps Per User license.  The one listed on this page as $40/month.  But that is the retail cost.  Your organization may have better pricing.

Pricing - Power Apps (microsoft.com)



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RyanVH
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Hello @jayashri 

 

To create a table, you must have either a System Administrator or System Customizer security role within Microsoft Dataverse 🙂

Ok. I am new to Power apps so didn't understand exactly what you mean to say here?

Do I need to create any other account in Microsoft Dataverse? If it so can you please guide here.

and if not then to whom I should reach out to get that access?

Is it an account that you got from your work or is it your own environment?

If it's from your work you should contact the admin and ask permissions to add tables in dataverse. 

You should find everything you need to know here
Configure user security in an environment - Power Platform | Microsoft Docs

Control user access to environments: security groups and licenses - Power Platform | Microsoft Docs

Pstork1
Dual Super User III
Dual Super User III

That link creates a table in Dataverse.  To create a Table in Dataverse requires a Per user license.  If you have a "seeded" license from Office 365 that won't be enough.

 

However, since the error message refers to privilege the issue isn't a licensing issue its an issue of security role in the environment.  Check the documentation referenced by @RyanVH 



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Thank you @RyanVH I have got this account from my work. Shall check with admin further. 🙂

Thank you @Pstork1  for your reply. So as per your comment my license is not enough. I have below license:

 

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Shall check with Admin further. 🙂

Pstork1
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If you only have an Office 365 license then no, your license won't be enough.



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Power Apps Per User license.  The one listed on this page as $40/month.  But that is the retail cost.  Your organization may have better pricing.

Pricing - Power Apps (microsoft.com)



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