The process i use right now worked for over a month and one day just proceeded to stop functioning.
if anyone can suggest why it suddenly has stopped working it would be a HUGE help!
The date my team found this issue ironically was when powerapps released an update on the Model driven app framework see link (11th december 2018)
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Please note that I was able to reproduce this issue. Looks like the problem is with image links that are "behind" a service that require additional authorization (MS Teams for example). Unrestricted image links seem to be accessible.
@cherie, can you please check this?
Thank you for responding, I can confirm though that all members of my Powerapp have full access rights to the Sharepoint and the MS Teams site that holds all my images. Still waiting for a fix.
This process did work for weeks. I suspect it was an update that caused the issue.
I am also getting the same problem with images stored in SharePoint being access via a Hyperlink / Picture column from a list. This was all working fine, but now will not work on any apps. Can you please fix asap?
All of my users have access to the SharePoint folder where the pictures live and they have access to the SharePoint list (where I use the URL for picture). The pictures are still visible in my SharePoint list.
I see a lot of people are experiencing the same issues. Do you know what is going on?
Each image POSTs to https://[location].azure-apim.net/invoke with header (sanitised):
But that is returning a 404.
I don't think any of this has changed since Paul's post last year. Maybe something broke recently in the GetFileContentByPath method?
Upon inspecting i have found each image returning a 404 error code along with the following:
https://[location].azure-apim.net/invoke as a POST
Is this something I have caused or is it the Powerapps platform?
Ideally like a solution to this as i havnt been successfull as of yet.
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