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kchurchill
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Custom PowerForm is not saving changes when I edit in it

In my SharePoint list- if I select an item and hit "Edit", the custom form appears. When I change/update/delete data in my fields the changes are not being saved, even though it appears everything is working correctly. I made zero adjustments to the automated form besides rearranging the order of the columns. Attached is a screen grab of the actions on my "SharePointForm1" for reference. Does anyone have a simple solution or see something that I am missing?

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Super User
Super User

Re: Custom PowerForm is not saving changes when I edit in it

Does the SharePoint view show the changes you made in the PowerApps form? I have an open ticket on an issue where the changes are appearing in the SharePoint view but when I open the form it still shows the old values. Now if I make changes then open a another item in the view and then go back to the item I changed and it open it, it shows the updated values. In my case I believe it is a caching issue and have been able to reproduce the issue for the support ticket using a new list with a PowerApps custom form and just the title field.



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v-siky-msft
Level 10

Re: Custom PowerForm is not saving changes when I edit in it

Hi @kchurchill ,

 

Maybe you need to check OnEdit and OnSave Property of SharePointIntegration if they like below.
OnEdit: EditForm(SharePointForm1)
OnSave: SubmitForm(SharePointForm1)

Also you can try the following Formula to OnSave property to change another ways to modify your data.

If(
    Text(SharePointForm1.Mode) = "0",
    Patch(
        Maintenance Contracts,
        SharePointIntegration.Selected,
        {Your Field1: DataCardValue1.Text, Your Field2: DataCardValue2.Text, Your Field3: DataCardValue3.Text, … }
    )
);
If(
    Text(SharePointForm1.Mode) = "1",
    Patch(
        Maintenance Contracts,
        Defaults(Maintenance Contracts),
        {Your Field1: DataCardValue1.Text, Your Field2: DataCardValue2.Text, Your Field3: DataCardValue3.Text, … }
    )
);
ResetForm(SharePointForm1);
RequestHide()

At last, If All the property is right, please consider removing the Custom form from your SP List, then re-create a new one, check if the issue is fixed.

 

Best Regard,
Sik

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