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Ananth_Bhirappa
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Fabric Lakehouse to Dataverse

Hi Folks,

 

I need to send Tables from my Fabric Lakehouse to Dataverse environment (Reverse Integration), is there any way to send.

I know this is out of box question but can anyone helps here?

Thanks in advance.

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trunthuan998
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My method is to use Dataverse's dataflow: create a dataflow, then select the data source as Azure SQL Database, enter the necessary information (SQL connection string and lakehouse name), and configure the connection settings. Finally, you can access and retrieve data from the lakehouse.

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Ananth_Bhirappa
Regular Visitor

Hi,
Steps which you forwarded is worked.

Thank you.

Nero
Frequent Visitor

Alternatively, rather than using CopyData in a pipeline, you could instead create a dataverse "virtual table" that points at the fabric tables (no data is actually copied). Doco here 

In make powerapps portal, open your solution and choose "New->Table->Table from external data"

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Then you will be able to choose Fabric as a data source:

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When would I choose Data Pipelines over Virtual Tables?  Are pipelines only needed to update existing dataverse tables?  If I am using a virtual table I don't need a pipeline, correct?

Hi @jakes ,

As @Nero said, for this scenario you can use Virtual Tables over Pipeline.
Main advantage is "no data is actually copied".

If you are using Virtual Tables, then there is no need to use Pipeline.

Thank you

 

v-gchenna-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Ananth_Bhirappa ,

Thanks for using Fabric Community. 
As I understand you want to send the tables from Fabric Lakehouse to Dataverse. 
You can use copy activity in Fabric Data Factory.

Source - Lakehouse:

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Destination - Dataverse:

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After configuration run the pipeline.

You can also refer this - Set up your Dataverse connection - Microsoft Fabric | Microsoft Learn

Hope this is helpful. Please let me know incase of further queries.

Hello @Ananth_Bhirappa ,

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Hello @Ananth_Bhirappa ,

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