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Added Database Tables

I'm sure this has already been covered but -  


I've added a new table to my SQL database but, despite refresshing the connection, it doesn't appear in my SQL Server connection and I'm unble to add it to my PowerApps app.





Dual Super User III
Dual Super User III

Re: Added Database Tables

Hey @KarlNixon 


Can you try to delete the existing connection to SQL and add a new connection? This should resolve your issue.
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Community Support

Re: Added Database Tables

Hi @KarlNixon ,


Was it an on-premise SQL Server connection of an Azure SQL connection? 


I just tested to create a connection to SQL Server On-premise using Gateway, and I had 26 tables in my database. Then I added a new one.

On PowerApps for Web, all the tables including the new one are displayed in alphabetical order, and I can get all my tables on “Choose a table” list.




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