Create Dataverse Virtual Table from SharePoint List | Power Platform
Here's how you can connect to an external data source which is SharePoint in this case from Power Apps Maker portal!
After completing these steps, you have successfully created a Dataverse Virtual Table from a SharePoint List in Power Platform.
Note that with this integration, you can access and edit the SharePoint data through Power Apps and leverage its features for better data management and user experience.
By integrating Dataverse Virtual Table with SharePoint, you can effectively combine the capabilities of Power Platform with the robust collaboration features of SharePoint. This provides users with a seamless experience, allowing them to manage data effectively, automate processes, and simplify collaboration. Embracing these platforms together can significantly simplify your organization's digital transformation journey and enhance overall productivity.
To create a Dataverse virtual table from a SharePoint list, you need to use Power Platform. Power Platform is a collection of services, tools, and connectors that can be used to build and use apps, automate business processes, and create powerful data insights. To connect to an external data source which is SharePoint in this case from the Power Apps Maker portal, you need to use the Dataverse connector. This allows you to easily connect to your SharePoint list from the Power Apps Maker portal. Once connected, the SharePoint list will appear as a virtual table in Dataverse and you can then use it to create a Power Apps app.
To get started, you need to open the Power Platform Admin Center and select the Dataverse option. On the Dataverse page, select the ‘Connectors’ tab and then select the ‘SharePoint’ connector. Enter your SharePoint credentials and select the list you want to connect to and click ‘Connect’. The SharePoint list will now be visible as a virtual table in Dataverse. You can now use this virtual table to create a Power App.
To create the Power App, open the Power Apps Maker portal and select the ‘Create from Data’ option. Select the virtual table from the Dataverse connector and click ‘Create’. This will open a canvas where you can design your app. You can also select the ‘Data’ tab to add data fields and configure the connection. Once you’ve finished creating the Power App, you can publish it and it will be available to your users.
Creating a Dataverse virtual table from a SharePoint list is a quick and easy process. By using the Dataverse connector, you can easily connect your SharePoint list and create a Power App that can be used by your users. This is a great way to quickly create an app without having to write any code.
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