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Working with date/time values and SQL Server

SQL Server has many different ways (column types) to represent date/time values, and depending on which one is used in the database table, you may have some surprising results when trying to consume that in PowerApps. This post explains why this is the case, and walks through ways to make your app work with all kinds of date/time representations.

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Building Power BI reports for the Common Data Service for Apps

In the May update of Power BI desktop, we are excited to see the release of the new Power BI connector for the Common Data Service for Apps. The CDS for Apps Power BI connector allows you to connect directly to your entities and build compelling reports and dashboards, and share them with users on Power BI online and mobile apps.

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Return an Array from Flow to PowerApps (Response Method)

This blog post is a second part in a series on how to “Return an array from Flow to PowerApps.” It will cover a much more efficient solution: the “Request – Response” method. Inside flow, using the action of the same name, you will be able to return arrays of any shape and size to PowerApps. To make the most use of this capability, we will be applying the solution to executing a SQL query.

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