From time-to-time you will run into a situation where you have an existing
connector made available to all apps and flow makers and for whatever reason,
you need to phase out this connector. This video will walk you through
step-by-step on how to do that.
When it comes to phasing out a connector in Power Platform, it's important to first understand the ramifications of doing so. There are several steps involved in safely and successfully phasing out a connector.
First, you should assess the impact of the phase-out. What connectors are being used in the environment? What services are they connecting to? What impact will the phase-out have on existing processes?
Once the impact has been assessed, you should then plan the phase-out. What will be the timeline? What resources will you need? What coordination is required with other teams?
You should then create a test environment to simulate the phase-out and make sure that everything is working correctly.
Finally, you should migrate the production environment to the new setup and monitor it to ensure that it is functioning properly.
Phasing out a connector in Power Platform is a complex process and requires careful planning. It is important to involve the right stakeholders and ensure that the process is completed successfully.
On your side, please go to your PowerApps Web Portal, then click "Data" "Connections" find the connection you want to delete, click "Delete" option....PowerApps - Connections will not delete - Allow / Don't Allow keeps coming back
Go to the Power Platform admin center at https://admin.powerplatform.microsoft.com.
Delete a connection Go to Data > Connections, and select the con