For this series, I will walk through the creation of a Power Apps Portal that uses Dataverse for data storage. I will review at a high level the steps required to create a basic portal app including forms and views based on the underlying database.
Part 1: We will look at setting up the PowerApps Environment, creating the database entities, and creating a view and form for a table.
Open an existing Table from the table list by clicking on its Name. The following tabs will be used to add columns, views, forms and to look at data that exist in the table.
Views: Model-driven apps use views to define how a list of rows for a specific table are displayed in the application. Forms: Provide the user interface that people use to interact with the data they need to do their work.
Note: Column Data Type cannot be altered after creation. If a change is needed, delete the field, and create a new field with the correct Data Type. If you have already captured data in the existing field you may want to rename it, in place of deleting.