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Connection set stops running

Hi all,

 

I successfully created a connection set between Finance and Operations and Dataverse. I also created a schedule so that every 5 mins, the connection set runs through the tasks and creates / updates data from Finops into Dataverse.

 

What I've noticed however is that the scheduler stops running after a few hours even when all runs were completed successfully.

Anyone had a similar issue?

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Hi @HendrikDC,

What type of Dataverse environment does your client have? You can check it out in aka.ms/ppac  --> Environments --> Type

2021-01-27_15-10-30.png

Also E3 and Azure license does not give you licenses for Dataverse environments, you'll need proper Power Apps per app / per user (or Dynamics 365) licenses to use Dataverse. More info at the license overview page: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/pricing-billing-skus 

Hope this helps!

 

 

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[Update]

 

I found that the schedule stops running after 50 runs which looks in line with the instructions on Microsoft docs: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/data-integrator

For trial tenants, we have an additional limitation that a scheduled project would only run for first 50 executions.

The only thing is, as far as I'm aware, my client isn't running under a trial tenant. They are set up as a proper Azure tenant and we're using Office E3 subscriptions for PowerApps.

So how can I check whether I'm dealing with a trial tenant? Or does the above '50 runs' also apply to PowerApps environments that are not production environments?

Super User II
Super User II

Hi @HendrikDC,

What type of Dataverse environment does your client have? You can check it out in aka.ms/ppac  --> Environments --> Type

2021-01-27_15-10-30.png

Also E3 and Azure license does not give you licenses for Dataverse environments, you'll need proper Power Apps per app / per user (or Dynamics 365) licenses to use Dataverse. More info at the license overview page: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/pricing-billing-skus 

Hope this helps!

 

 

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Thanks Eric. The licensing bit was the missing piece. I assumed that E3 provides Dataverse access but now I know it doesn't.

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