Sign-up now and get instant access
Leave a comment
Beginner to advanced classes taught by Microsoft MVPs and Authors.
In-depth boot camps take you from a novice to mastery in less than a week.
Season Learning Pass
Get access to our very best training offerings for successful up-skilling.
Customized training to master new skills and grow your business.
Quick references for when you need a little guidance.
Summaries developed in conjunction with our Learn with the Nerds sessions.
Digital goodies - code samples, student files, and other must have files.
Stay up-to-date on all things Power BI, Power Apps, Microsoft 365 and Azure.
Earn money by driving sales through the Pragmatic Works' Training Affiliate Program.
It's time to address your client's training needs.
Learn how to get into IT with free training and mentorship.
Discover the faces behind our success: Meet our dedicated team
How can we help? Connect with Our Team Today!
Find all the information you’re looking for. We’re happy to help.
Want to learn how to show a Common Data Services (CDS) entity on a Power App Portal? In this video I’ll explain how to show data in a Power App Portal page with Entity Lists and to secure it so it will only show the user’s own data with Entity Permissions and Web Roles.
Power Apps Portals has the ability to only show you data inside that portal using Common Data Services as the data source and Entity Lists on the backend. There are several ways you can view those entities; I’ll walk you through the Entity List method in my demo. I’ll be using an entity I have called dependents which is a list of children that parents have.
This video will teach you how to prepare your entity to build relationships between an entity and a user. I’ll then demonstrate how to send invitations to the user to put them in a given role. Lastly, you’ll see how to display the entity's data on an Entity List and protect the entity to where a user can only see his or her own data (or in this case, his or her children).
Watch my complete demo below as I take you step by step through this process.
If you want more Power Apps training, our On-Demand Learning platform has courses covering Power Apps and all the Power Platform tools, like Power Automate and Power BI. Our free App in a Day course is a great way to get started, with over 7 hours of Power Apps labs and content, at no cost! Click below to get your FREE course today!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
SQL Server MVP and founder of Pragmatic Works. Brian has been working with SQL Server as a DBA and business intelligence professional since 1998. He has written more than 15 books on the topic and has spoken at dozens of conferences.
Join other Azure, Power Platform and SQL Server pros by subscribing to our blog.