I have an Azure Blob Storage container with 235 folders connected to a Power App gallery to list the folders and individual files. However, only the first 100 folders are showing in the gallery. Since it is under the 500 initial row limit for delegation, what else could be causing this problem?
I didn't have a problem with this app when it was initially created 4 months ago, but now this.
Hi @Kjs1 ,
Could you please share a bit more about the formula you typed within the Items property of Gallery?
Do you mean that you do not have this issue before?
In default, the Gallery control would only display first 100 records from data source, you could scroll down the scrollbar of the Gallery to display the rest of records.
In addition, you could also consider apply the CountRows() function to the formula you typed within the Items property of the Gallery. E.G. set the Text property of a Label to following formula:
then check if the Label could display proper number value (e.g. 235).
If the issue still exists, please consider re-create a new connection to your Azure Blob Storage connector from your app, then try your formula again, check if the issue is fixed.
You could also consider re-store your app to previous version, then check if the issue still exists. More details about restoring app to previous version, please check the following article:
Items = AzureBlobStorage.ListFolderV2(“the idname”).value. And I don’t recall having this issue before of it not scrolling all the way to the end of the files/folders in the container. But it’s been 4 months since.
As for the gallery not displaying all the records, even when I scroll to the very end, it does not show all records.
As an example, the data source has folders 100 through 750. The gallery will only scroll from from folder 100 to 700, but will not go further.
I did the CountRows function, and I’m getting 194 returned versus the 235 counted in the blob container.
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