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Please, I'm working with bd mysql, I've created a view and I can not see it on the connection:


  1.- How can I insert a mysql view.

  2.- How can I make when starting the application show me only data that I want? 


For example:


I want you to list all the students that have classes the day: 01/12/2017, I just entered the application:



juan    01/12/2017

pedro 01/12/2017

lara    01/12/2017


I hope you can help me, it is urgent ...

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Hi @Efrain,


Currently DataBase View is not available under PowerApps, there are ideas submitted on this already:

PowerApps must also see SQL Azure Queries, not only Tables


Please consider vote up the idea, and feel free to add your comments there.


Further, for the date filter, you could take a try with the filter function.

For example, the date column is ClassDate, then we could write the formula as below:


Filter(Student, ClassDate="01/12/2017")

Adding the function reference:

Filter, Search, and LookUp functions in PowerApps




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If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

I think you dont understand me, what I want to do, for example in the VB language there is an event called LOAD, which is used to load values ​​to variables, I fill a combobox or a gridview, in this case I need to list the students who have classes today, I do not want to place the date in a textbox. BUT I automatically load the values.


In app power there are actions, ON VISIBLE, ON HIDDEN, ON START which one I use and where I place the code.

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