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Jladan_ZA
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Got a bunch of flow using dataverse legacy, Can i upgrade them to the new connector without a full rebuild?

Good evening all,

 

I have a large collection of flows I would like to convert to using the new Dataverse connector instead of the Legacy one.

Is there a way to "upgrade" these flows?

 

Sure having to rebuild everything everytime there is new connector is crazy?

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cchannon
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I don't know the exact timelines, but I am sure the legacy ones won't be disabled any time soon. You have lots of time to go in and update them. And no, there is no one-click to update because they contain functional changes so your present configurations would not be guaranteed to work.

Jladan_ZA
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Well i hear what you are saying, and understand that they arent the same connectors with the same functionality set. I would expect at least some sort of migration tool. It quite a difficult sell to understand that when new connectors for the same platform come out, you are potentially looking at rebuilding your flows to stay up to date.

Hi @Jladan_ZA,

 

Depreciation of functionality isn't unique to Power Platform. Every platform, software tools/libraries will deprecate. For something smaller like this, I don't think I'd want time investment for this kind of migration over higher value new features or fixes.

 

A more worthwhile investment would be a migration path from say old SharePoint workflows to Power Automate which covers a much broader scope.

 

Thats just my two cents though.

 

Until the newer Dataverse connector becomes available in Logic Apps, I wouldn't be in too much of a panic right now because until they solve that gap then it won't go away. 

 

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