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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I'm getting this An Error Occured on the Server, while refreshing data table. Everything seems to work but error occurs randomly.
This started yesterday
Same here, affecting all our PowerApps intermittently on submit and read of data.
Also on opening an app in web editor we get:-
WebAuthoring abnormal termination.
errorMessage: Not enough storage is available to complete this operation.
callStack: Error: Not enough storage is available to complete this operation.
Same here, really awful timing.
Worse than that, this is the second time we've had a relatively long service outage in recent memory - and it's not that this is in my recent memory, it's that my customers are reminding me, "Didn't this just happen recently?"
And more importantly, I'm now starting to reconsider what my use cases are for PowerApps - working in a live support environment where we need stuff to work 99.9999%, I'm now well short of being able to promise that to my user base.
What's really frustrating is the wall of silence from Microsoft. Somebody made a post about an outage that apparently lasted only a few hours on 22/10/17 but it's clear that it's still going on. There was another vague mention of connectivity issues in europe but no official detail, clarification or resolution window. It's already a difficult sell given the swathe of essential missing features (Print to PDF, copy/paste between apps, attach files) without having the the data connection randomly break or slow to a crawl for no apparent reason or communication.
Yes - I've tweeted the team, who are usually quite responsive, but this time it's just tumbleweed. Reckon we need a service status page.
Feedbacks has been sent from our side.
The team should be working on this already.
Apologize for the troubles encountered.