Using a Database

Databases are critical infrastructure components that are used to compile information about tasks, individuals, services, products, or any other entity that needs to be tracked. Common database-driven applications include customer relationship management (CRM), product catalogs, enterprise resource planning (ERP), accounting packages, storefronts, and inventory management.

In the world of Power Automate, you might use a database to store information about survey or form result responses or to manage scheduled jobs. You may even use one as a logging repository for actions taken by other applications and users. In this chapter, we're going to look at some of the basics of connecting to a database and writing data entries. ...

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