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Logic Flow Improvment

If Third party's Salesforce is supported, Access Web Apps SQL Azure Database shall be added to the Logic Flow Connections / Data sources so when I create a record in a table there, I should be able to trigger in PowerApps Logic Flow.

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      • Bruce SmithBruce Smith commented  · 

        Yes! Very glad this is under consideration. I'm trolling here trying to figure out how to automatically start a Flow from within a PowerApp connected to a SQL DB. I don't want my end users to have to remember to touch a button every time they fill in a form on the PowerApp :P

      • YahyaYahya commented  · 

        I would like to be able to create a logic flow when a new record is created, or when an existing record is edited / deleted, in an SQL Azure table.

        I am jealous that Salesforce is supported by this feature while Azure SQL database isn’t so please do put it on the road map.

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