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Enable full support for Azure Table Storage in PowerApps

Currently it is possible to add a connection to Azure Table Storage, however when using any of the actions that are given by the connection, none of them work. I did see on a Forum post that although tyhe connection can be added Table Storage is not yet supported in PowerApps, the post escapes me but will post if I find it.

 

Being able to use Azure Table Storage would give a very fast, lightweight & cheap alternative to SQL Server or SharePoint Online storage.

 

A use case could be to centralise PowerApps "settings" in an Azure Table using the AppId as a PartitionKey, so PowerApps can be easily changed through configuration without having to open and edit the app. This would be particularly useful for ALM stories.

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Test2
Regular Visitor

how to connect Azure Table storage using power apps i am not getting that connector


@Anonymous wrote:

Currently it is possible to add a connection to Azure Table Storage, however when using any of the actions that are given by the connection, none of them work. I did see on a Forum post that although tyhe connection can be added Table Storage is not yet supported in PowerApps, the post escapes me but will post if I find it.

 

Being able to use Azure Table Storage would give a very fast, lightweight & cheap alternative to SQL Server or SharePoint Online storage.

 

A use case could be to centralise PowerApps "settings" in an Azure Table using the AppId as a PartitionKey, so PowerApps can be easily changed through configuration without having to open and edit the app. This would be particularly useful for ALM stories.


 

osflake
Frequent Visitor

Hi

 

i lookning for connectir Azure Table Storage too. I didnt see. 

 

Anybody could help?

MartonVilmanyi
Advocate I

Yes, please. Native support would be great, but as start at least make it possible to work with it via Flow, like return entities / list of entities with the "Respond to PowerShell" action.

JADANL123
Advocate I

Please add the Azure table storage due it is a lightweight efficient way to store flexible data. This would mean flexible ways of creating columns within PowerApps instead of manually repeating steps over and over again.

 

This also provides the possibility of adding your own features instead of using MS Azure Storage Explorer static features which doesn't work properly/efficient.