SharePoint is used very often as a data store when creating business solutions with the Microsoft Power Platform. A main reason for this is related to licensing. The SharePoint connector is what is called a standard connector. Standard connectors can be used in canvas apps (Power Apps) and cloud flows (Power Automate) by users having a Microsoft 365 license which includes Power Apps and Power Automate. Most Microsoft 365 licenses do include them. Not all organizations enable them.
Because SharePoint is the only real data store available in the category of standard connectors for storing business solution data (structured and unstructured), I decided to create a separate topic on it. There are also subtopics for:
The overview below contains all content pages related to this topic.
- Column indexing
- Creating lists and columns
- Data containers
- Environment variables
- Item ID
- Item-level permissions
- Lookup column
- Permission levels
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