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DaniSeara
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cannot have any enabled trigger if the statement contains an output clause without INTO clause

Hi.
I'm trying to update a record to a SQL Database and it is imperative that the destination table needs to execute an update trigger.
Howeever, I receive the error message  in the subject.

I was trying to avoid the able, creating a view on top of it, but Power Apps do not recognize View as data sources. Any idea? Must be this reported as a bug? Could the PowerApps team add an INTO clause?.

Anyway, we need to solve this during the next two weeks so. Could it be feasible?

Any idea will be so much appreciated

TIA

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Meneghino
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Hi @DaniSeara

PowerApps does not yet support connecting to SQL Azure/ SQL Server views and does not yet support patching to tables with triggers.

There are other bugs in the SQL Azure/ SQL Server connector that you will find.

The product group is apparently working on this, but communication on progress, if any, is very patchy.

I am disappointed. 

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Meneghino
Community Champion
Community Champion

Hi @DaniSeara

PowerApps does not yet support connecting to SQL Azure/ SQL Server views and does not yet support patching to tables with triggers.

There are other bugs in the SQL Azure/ SQL Server connector that you will find.

The product group is apparently working on this, but communication on progress, if any, is very patchy.

I am disappointed. 

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Thanks, @Meneghino. At least, you clarify me the current situation.

Thanks again!

 

Nboss
Helper I
Helper I

Any update on this situation??
Meneghino
Community Champion
Community Champion

UPDATE: Views are now supported but you still cannot modify data of a table with triggers

any updates from the product team?

 

an estimate would be nice...

Training with AdventureWorks2016 under SQL Server 2016 for Developers.
A table with trigger (person.person) produce a DLM OUTPUT clause event if there is no OUTPUT clause in the trigger.
powerapps_bug_sql_trigger_output.png

An anticipated date (even beta) would be nice. Cannot go in prod with this.

 

Thanks

Anonymous
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Bump (I'm starting to feel like a necromancer; currently reviving every relevant post I find on this topic and it's becoming a small army)

 

Is there ANY update or ETA or workaround that does NOT require calling a stored procedure with Flow? 

 

Sincerely,

A desperate lord of the undead

Anonymous
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Helloooooooo????

 

It's been almost 3 (three!) years. 

jigarcia22x
New Member

Desperately need this functionality to make PowerApps a viable niche/stop-gap solution...soooo close guys!

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