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Bing Maps Connector - Error with Getmaps (shared connector)

I'm having some issues with the Bing Maps connector.
I've created an app where users input address, zip and city (in separate controls). They then click a button and the connector should return the map image.

This is the code:

Set(varLocation, BingMaps.GetLocationByAddress({addressLine: DataCardValue36.Text,postalCode: DataCardValue37.Text,localitySmiley Very HappyataCardValue38.Text}));
Set(varMap, BingMaps.GetMap("Road","15",varLocation.point.coordinates.latitude,varLocation.point.coordinates.longitude,{pushpin:varLocation.point.coordinates.combined,mapSize:"335,280"}));

Everything works on my user, but for all other users, they get the following error:


Any tips on what to do to fix this?

Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Bing Maps Connector - Error with Getmaps (shared connector)

Hi @admin5434,


Which articcle you have followed to implement the Bing map connector?

Is it the following one?

Displaying a Map using an Image control in PowerApps and Bing Maps or Google Maps API


Just from your error message, it seems the bing Map connector is using the same Key for different users.

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For custom connectors,


When you share an app that uses a custom connector, it is automatically shared, but users must create their own connections to it.

On, you can view or update permissions for a custom connector. In the left navigation bar, click or tap Manage, click or tap Connections, and then click or tap New connection (in the upper-right corner). Click or tap Custom, and then click or tap a custom connector to display details about it.


Which I think should be the cause here.




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Re: Bing Maps Connector - Error with Getmaps (shared connector)

I wasn't using a custom connector, but the preview connector available natively in Powerapps:


Which again is documented here:


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