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FacundoGorla
Resolver II
Resolver II

Premium Plan error using CDS entities

Hi! A couple moths ago We started using CDS as the database for one PowerApp without any problem, when selecting the connector in PowerApps there was no "diamond" icon indicating a premium conector or any type of warning.
Today when one of our employees tried to use the App this screen showed up indicating that the App uses premium features.

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Here is a screenshot of the connectors used in the App. Noone says that premium licensing is needed. The app used to use Dynamics365 premium conector months ago if that's relevant.

Current connectors:

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HSheild
Super User
Super User

Hi @FacundoGorla 


The CDS connector is not marked as a premium connector but you still need a Power Apps or Dynamics 365 license for the user to be able to access the CDS data. Does your user have one of those licenses?

 

 

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HSheild
Super User
Super User

Hi @FacundoGorla 


The CDS connector is not marked as a premium connector but you still need a Power Apps or Dynamics 365 license for the user to be able to access the CDS data. Does your user have one of those licenses?

 

 

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Yes, it turned out to be an expired license issue. Thanks for answering!

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