“You can now build a model-driven Power App using your existing SharePoint lists, without needing to integrate or move your data. In this tutorial I show you how to create no-code virtual tables in Dataverse, create relationships between your SharePoint list data and other tables in your model-driven app, and test out the real time updating of data in both directions. And yes, I get a bit excited about it!”
SharePoint Lists and Model-Driven PowerApps are a great way to store and manage data in a secure, online environment. By leveraging the Dataverse Virtual Tables feature, you can create virtual tables that link to SharePoint Lists. This allows you to quickly and easily access and manage your data in PowerApps.
When you create a virtual table, you can define the schema (fields and data types) of the table. This can be used to create forms, views, or reports in Model-Driven PowerApps. You can also create relationships between different tables, allowing you to create complex data models.
The Dataverse Virtual Tables feature also allows you to keep the data in sync with the SharePoint List. When changes are made to the SharePoint List, the data will be automatically updated in the virtual table. This ensures that you always have the most current data available in your PowerApps.
Overall, the Dataverse Virtual Tables feature is a great way to leverage SharePoint Lists in Model-Driven PowerApps. It allows you to quickly and easily access and manage your data, and keep it in sync with the SharePoint List.
Feb 23, 2023 — Go to Power Apps (make.powerapps.com), and select the environment in which you would like to set up the virtual table. In the left navigation ...
Jan 30, 2023 — Now, log into https://make.powerapps.com and go to Tables->New Table->New Table from External Data: This opens the wizard where we can select or ...
Jan 10, 2023 — Ever wondered how you can quickly build a model-driven application from your existing SharePoint list? Now you can use virtual tables.
Jan 11, 2021 — Dataverse for Teams is free (included with a qualifying