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SQL server connection issue

I have set up a Flow to trigger when an item is added to a SQL table (azure db).

 

The flow correctly picked up the columns to populate the dynamic content, so connectivity is good. However the flow does not run when I insert data into the table. It hasn't run at all, so I don't have any error logs to look at. Any suggestions?

 

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Re: SQL server connection issue

Hi BenWattProdata,

 

When using triggers in the SQL connector, there are following limitations:
1.It does not work for on-premises SQL Server
2.Table must have an IDENTITY column for the new row trigger
3.Table must have a ROWVERSION (a.k.a. TIMESTAMP) column for the modified row trigger

 

While you can kick off your Flow or Logic Apps whenever a row is inserted or modified in a SQL Azure Database table.

 

Please make sure you are not using on-premise SQL Server, and the table do have the two required columns.

 

Please check more details in this blog:
https://flow.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/introducing-triggers-in-the-sql-connector/


Best regards,
Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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Re: SQL server connection issue

Hi BenWattProdata,

 

When using triggers in the SQL connector, there are following limitations:
1.It does not work for on-premises SQL Server
2.Table must have an IDENTITY column for the new row trigger
3.Table must have a ROWVERSION (a.k.a. TIMESTAMP) column for the modified row trigger

 

While you can kick off your Flow or Logic Apps whenever a row is inserted or modified in a SQL Azure Database table.

 

Please make sure you are not using on-premise SQL Server, and the table do have the two required columns.

 

Please check more details in this blog:
https://flow.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/introducing-triggers-in-the-sql-connector/


Best regards,
Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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moutinhoabreu Advocate IV
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Re: SQL server connection issue

On premises now is working if the table appears on trigger selection.

I believe those which appear are the ones with identity column

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