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more Database Connectors for Microsoft Flow

I want to more Database Connectors for Microsoft Flow,

To a question "Q. Which database can Microsoft Flow connect ?",

I want to say "A, Microsoft Flow can connect all major databases."


I hope to connec below databases,

  • SQLite
  • MariaDB
  • Amazon Aurora
  • Access
  • FoxPro
  • FileMaker
  • Firebird
  • Berkeley DB
  • Bento


Currently, some major database connectors are there in Microsoft Flow

  • DB2
  • MySQL
  • Informix
  • PostgreSQL
  • SQL Server
  • Oracle Database
  • Azure Cosmos DB
  • Azure Table Storage
  • Azure SQL Database
  • Azure SQL Data Warehouse
  • Microsoft Common Data Service 


Database Connector make more powerful Microsoft Flow for modern or legacy systems.



Yoshihiro Kawabata 

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Also vertica database

Advocate IV

I just tried the MySQL connector... completely worthless. You can only query one table at a time, with oData-like filter, sort, and limit? That's not a database connector, that's basically the same as the SharePoint list connector. You can't pass it a SQL statement and you can't call procedures or functions. And the biggest joke? It won't even connect to Azure MySQL, only an on-prem host via a gateway. And this is a "Premium" connector? Why even bother releasing this, just so you can say you have it? Here's an idea: you know the Azure SQL connector? Yeah, we want that same functionality, but for MySQL. You know, the most popular database in the world.

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Hi @yoshihirok 


The company I work for called Commercient has an app that can integrate Microsoft Flow with SAP, if you are still in the market for a solution check it out on Microsoft AppSource


Thank You