What information does Rencore Governance provide for Power Apps?

This article details information that Rencore Governance provides for Power Apps

This service scans Power Apps which is a component of the Microsoft Power Platform. It provides the user interface to interact with various data sources. This service currently scans the component of Power Apps as detailed below:

Power Apps (Canvas Apps)

With Canvas Apps you can design and build a business app from a canvas in Microsoft Power Apps without writing code in a traditional programming language such as C#. Design the app by dragging and dropping elements onto a canvas, just as you would design a slide in PowerPoint. Create Excel-like expressions for specifying logic and working with data. Build apps that integrate business data from a wide variety of Microsoft and third-party sources. Share your app so that users can run it in a browser or on a mobile device, and embed your app so that users can run it in SharePoint, Power BI, or Teams [Source]. The following properties are currently part of the Power Apps (Canvas Apps) object in Rencore Governance:

  • Display Name
  • Environment Id
  • Is Default
  • Location
  • Environment Type
  • SKU
  • Azure Region Hint
  • Created by
  • Creation Type
  • Last modified by
  • Provisioning State

Note: The available related objects for Power Apps (Canvas Apps)  are:

Power App Environments

When you create a power app, you choose an environment to host the app and the resources the app uses. You can use separate environments for different scenarios. Every M365 has a default Power Apps environment. The following properties are currently part of the Power App Environments object in Rencore Governance:

  • Display Name
  • Environment Id
  • Is Default
  • Location
  • Environment Type
  • SKU
  • Azure Region Hint
  • Created by
  • Creation Type
  • Last modified by
  • Provisioning State

Note: The available related objects for Power Apps Environments  are:

Power App Connections

Data is at the core of most apps, including those you build in Power Apps. Data is stored in a data source, and you bring that data into your app by creating a connection. The connection uses a specific connector to talk to the data source. Power Apps has connectors for many popular services and on-premises data sources, including SharePoint, SQL Server, Office 365, Salesforce, and Twitter [Source ].  The following properties are currently part of the Power App Connections object in Rencore Governance:

  • Display Name
  • Icon
  • Connection Source
  • By Pass Consent
  • Api Tier
  • Is Custom
  • Is OnPremise
  • Api Tier
  • Data Sources

Note: The available related objects for Power App Connections  are:

Power App Versions

Every time you save changes in a power app a new version gets created. You can restore old versions of a power app. The following properties are currently part of the Power App Versions object in Rencore Governance:

  • Display Name
  • Version
  • Date
  • PowerApp

Note: The available related objects for Power App Versions  are: