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schneice
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App works in Test but fails on the Phone

 

Hi,

 

I've seen similar posts - but the suggested fixes do not seem to work for me.

 

My app works find in the test mode - but fail in the play mode or on a phone.

 

I receive this error:

"The requested operation is invalid. Server Response: The column 'gb_pumper' of the table wasn't found. inner exception: The column 'gb_pumper' of the table wasn't found."

 

I've traced it back to this gallalery item:

"Sort(GroupBy(lc_freez,"pumper","gb_pumper"),Sum(gb_pumper,delta),SortOrder.Ascending)"

 

Fixed I've tried:

1) Using "AddColumn"

2) Similar structure to create an additional collection vs doing it all in line

3) Setting the App settings to 

  • Delay load - ON
  • Explicit column selection - ON

Appreciate any help.

 
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I was able to solve the problem by using AddColumn and then dropping the "groupby" column.  Best I can determine, powerapps can run into trouble with some of the nested tables.

 

DropColumns(

AddColumns(

GroupBy(lc_freez,"pumper","gb_pumper2"),

"sum_delta2",Sum(gb_pumper2,delta),"sum_most_recent",Sum(gb_pumper2,most_recent)

)

,"gb_pumper2")

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v-monli-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @schneice,

 

First of all, please share more detailed information of this app. Like what are the included data sources' type and what are their names?

 

About this part of the formula:

Sum(gb_pumper,delta)

Is gb_pumper the name of a table? The syntax of Sum function should be:

SumTableNumericalFormula )

 

Other involved functions' syntax should be:

SortTableFormula [, SortOrder ] )

GroupByTableColumnName1 [, ColumnName2, ... ], GroupColumnName )

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Thanks for the reply

 

Table name is lc_freez.  It has 3 columns pumper (text), delta (dec), most_recent (dec).

 

As I understand it gb_pumper is a new table generated by the GroupBy function.

 

 

I was able to solve the problem by using AddColumn and then dropping the "groupby" column.  Best I can determine, powerapps can run into trouble with some of the nested tables.

 

DropColumns(

AddColumns(

GroupBy(lc_freez,"pumper","gb_pumper2"),

"sum_delta2",Sum(gb_pumper2,delta),"sum_most_recent",Sum(gb_pumper2,most_recent)

)

,"gb_pumper2")

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