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Kudo Kingpin
Kudo Kingpin

Finding What is in the Default Environment

Hi

 

The admin.powerplatform.microsoft.com portal says I have nearly 3GB of database in my default environment but The flow that run tells me I only have one new powerApp in the default environment.

 

What about everyone who has a "On Change" PowerAutomate Flow on a list - I do not see them.

 

How do I find what really is in the Default environment ?

 

The size of the database in the Default environment is stopping me creating new production environments.

 

I am not going to spend money on extra capacity until I know that what is in the Default environment is legitimate.

 

Regards

 

Nigel

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Hi @NigelP ,

 

All components can be found in Default solution, please switch to classic view to check all components.

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Sik

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Hi @NigelP ,

 

You can go to Power Platform Admin Center to check the Capacity of Environment.

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The content of Storage capacity usage

  • File and database: The following entities store data in file and database storage:
    • Attachment
    • AnnotationBase
    • Any custom or out-of-the-box entity that has fields of datatype file or image (full size)
    • Any entity that is used by one or more installed Insights applications and ends in - Analytics
  • Log: The following entities are used:
    • AuditBase
    • PlugInTraceLogBase
  • Database only: All other entities are counted for your database

For more details: New Common Data Service storage capacity 

Hope this helps.

Sik

Hi @v-siky-msft 

 

The Power Platform Admin portal does not tell me what apps are in the default environment and which of those apps are using CDS.

 

I need to be able to find out what Apps are in the default environment and then to find out which apps are consuming resources within the default environment so I can then ensure that the capacity stays within the required range. 

 

Regards

 

Nigel

Hi @NigelP ,

 

All components can be found in Default solution, please switch to classic view to check all components.

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Sik

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That helps for model driven apps.  Is there somewhere there that i can see the canvas apps and flows in default?

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