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Have a connector for mySQL on-premise data via the Gateway like Power BI

As per title I think Flow should have a connector for mySQL on-premise data via the Gateway like Power BI.

Status: Completed

You can now read and write data in MySQL databases that are on-premises. You can read more here: https://flow.microsoft.com/blog/button-updates-seven-connectors/

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Regular Visitor
It would be great if we could link MySQL to Flow, as then we could link in any number of open source web CMS's etc.
Advocate I

MySQL is used for such a large number of business applications. A connector would really help with querying business data and generating alerts, workflow etc. To not have this connector will make this process much more complex.

Advocate I

It would be great if flow as well as powerapps would be able to connect to MySQL real time and event (e.g. new row in MySQL table could tricker a flow

New Member

MySQL should have at least a trigger for when a new row is created. It´s nonesense that thes ir not a trigger yet. Besides that, Flow is genious.

New Member

MySQL is such a common database, including this connector and some basic triggers should have already been part of Flow. I have a front-end built on the Joomla CMS which writes to MySQL.  I need to be able to use it within Flow.

Power Automate
Status changed to: Completed

You can now read and write data in MySQL databases that are on-premises. You can read more here: https://flow.microsoft.com/blog/button-updates-seven-connectors/