When connecting to the SQL Server database, powerapps is able to retrieve the correct tables. Only problem is that when making an connection like an dropdown ,it shows an error in viewing the corresponding data.
The following runtine error is showing:
You don't have permission to view this data.
Server response: (table.name)
failed: Permission Exception
Internal error: DataSourceCredentials
We are using an SQL on premise connection with a gateway and have access to both.
Anyone got pointers on how to solve this? Thanks in advance.
Viewing the tables available requires permissions to the Master table in SQL, but viewing data inside the table requires permission for that table. Check to make sure the account you used for the connector has permissions for that specific table inside SQL on-premises.
Unfortunately this shouldn't be the problem. The SQL connector has permission to view the data in the tables as well. The tables were made with the same account that is connected to the PowerApp. Could it be something in the gateway settings?
There's nothing in the gateway settings that would affect this as far as I know.
I checked all the settings, but eventually deleting the connection and setting it back up, did solve the problem.
Editing the connection did not unfortunately. Thanks for all the suggestions.
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