I have created a custom connector that connects to an Azure function and added that to my Power App using this link.
The app is used to add/edit content to a SharePoint list.
When I add a data connection to the custom connector on my app, it throws an error that says - "Using these connections together conflicts with the company data loss prevention policies".
The only connections in the app are to the SharePoint site and to the custom connector.
We have picked some services and added them to the Business Data section in the admin center for Power Apps.
I assume custom connectors are considered non business and that is causing the error.
How do I add a custom connector into the Business Data section in Power Apps?
So you mean you have configured DLP under PowerApps Admin center?
It seems currently the policy control panel only accept the available connectors within PowerApps.
For the Business Data Only Data Group, which service you have specified?
If SharePoint service is involved, please take a try to click the Add button under "No Business Data allowed (Default)" then add the SharePoint Service back to default, see if this would clear the error.
Meanwhile, for the Custom Connectors, I will collect the corresponding feedabck from my side, and if I got any response back.
I will post here.
Thanks for the reponse. It works fine if I move SharePoint back into No Business data.
Please let me know what you find about adding custom connectors to Business data.
Today all Custom Connectors are classified as "No business data allowed" by default. We don't currently support a way to classify all or any particular custom connector as "business data" today.
This has now been solved, tested and working:https://flow.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/introducing-http-and-custom-connector-support-for-data-loss-pr...
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