I have started working on the migration project, which requires me to convert the SharePoint XML form library to PowerApps.

I have discovered that there is no simple solution to this problem and found the following approach, but I'd like to know if there is a better one.

  1. Create a PowerShell script to export SharePoint XML form library data to csv/excel.

  2. Make a new list and import the data into it.

  3. Use the list as a data source in PowerApps.

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I've been researching the moment Power Apps was still a baby. Simply there's no direct solution for that, or precisely there's no one (yet) to build a tool to do this thing although it's technically possible.

Steps what you've described is the best approach so far and organizations been doing that too.

Reference: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/power-apps/maker/canvas-apps/transform-infopath


Kudzu has a platform that can convert InfoPath form templates to Power Apps along with transforming the data from Form Libraries to SharePoint Lists or Dataverse Tables.

You can learn more here:


Disclaimer: I am the CEO at Kudzu.

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