Good morning. I woke up to a few emails from users telling me that there's a random error.
When I log into any of my 5 apps, I get an error that states " An error occured on the server".
Everything appears to be functioning, however, when I'm in the studio and try to do a data refresh on my Azure SQL Db, the PA Editor gives me the error "Try Again. Please see attached photo.
I've checked the username and password and I am able to connect to the SQL db in both Excel and Visual Studio. All other connections (SharePoint, Office 365, OneDrive) are not affected. What would cause this?
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Our app seemed to start functioning again after simply re-publishing it. Not sure if that triggered something on the data connectors or what happened, but as soon as I re-published both web and mobile work.
There are connectivity issues under the Environments located in Europe.
Which should be fixed.
Impact period was from 09/22/2017 at approximately 10:00 UTC through 12:26 UTC.
Please check and see if issue has been resolved.
You were saying that the issues should've been fixed, but I still have users experiencing these problems.
2 users on 2 different apps - one app uses Azure SQL connection, one app uses on-premise SQL connection (through gateway) - both get 'An error occurred on the server'
Having a look at the network trace they both get 404 for the same 3 URLs:
With one of the users I have tried to connect to the other affected app and when it gets prompted to create the on-prem SQL connection it gets the following error:
Is anyone able to investigate this? Is this caused by the previous problem? It all seems to be very unstable after the latest update.
I have actually also started to receive this same error from time to time on SQL Server connection.
All it says is that Error Occurred on Server. The only solution I have found is to tell my users is to reload the app.
Refreshing doesn't always fixes it. The user reported that from what he tried it is like 1 in 6 refreshes that it actually works... which is not acceptable for a live application used across the business.
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