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blanghorst
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Re: PowerApps caching views

I've found a couple of additional issues that I'm working to resolve.   I think I know the answer to this question, but I'll ask - is there any way to force a browser refresh on form submit?  I think that would resolve many of these issues.

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Re: PowerApps caching views

@blanghorst 

You cannot refresh the browser but you can refresh a datasource

 

Refresh(your_datasource_name);

 

blanghorst
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Re: PowerApps caching views

Yeah, I've got data source refreshes happening already.   I'll summarize my current issue:

 

1. User opens new form, completes fields, and submits.

2. User immediately opens new form, completes fields, and tries to submit again.  The submit doesn't happen - no errors, nothing.

 

I have the submit being fired off of a timer after the button click, as we were having performance issues which the timer resolved.  I found that the variables controlling the timer persisted across #1 and #2 above, so I set the timer variable to false in the OnVisible attribute and that resolved that issue.  Still troubleshooting why it isn't submitting the seccond time - I think that's the only issue remaining and I think I'll be able to resolve it.

 

I did think about possibly using Launch to launch the list view again on submit, but that could get out of hand really fast with a bunch of tabs.

 

If I had it to do over, I would've used canvas apps to build these 2 apps.

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Re: PowerApps caching views

@blanghorst 

Agreed, Canvas apps seems like they they were the way to go here.  But you gotta build apps to learn lessons, right?  At least that's what happens for me...

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