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Helper II
Helper II

Azure SQL Data loads to PowerApps in browser but not on mobile devices

I have an app that relies on a Table and a View (both ~ 5000 items) to run. 

 

I'm using the following code. I tried it both "on app run" and using main screen "on visible". Everything loads fine on the desktop, but neither collection gets populated on a mobile device. I tried this with multiple users and the result is the same.

 

ClearCollect(RepCustomers, Filter( '[dbo].[vAOC_Customers]', Email = User().Email));
ClearCollect(ItemList, SortByColumns(Filter('[dbo].[vAOC_Items]', ActiveStatus = "Active" , CustomField_ItemStatus = "CORE" || CustomField_ItemStatus = "PILLAR" ), "Item_Name" ) )

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Helper II
Helper II

Re: Azure SQL Data loads to PowerApps in browser but not on mobile devices

Found a solution with a help of a friend.

 

Turns out using a function to look up user email withing the delegated Filter function did not work. Creating a variable named "useremail" and using that to delegate the filter to the database solved the problem. 

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Super User
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Re: Azure SQL Data loads to PowerApps in browser but not on mobile devices

Just a quick check before looking at more complex possibilities - are you logged into the mobile devices with the same account as the browser?

Maybe put a label with User().Email on the screen just to be certain.

Helper II
Helper II

Re: Azure SQL Data loads to PowerApps in browser but not on mobile devices

I did that before posting just to make sure and yes, they are the same. Only one of the collections is dependent on the user email, but neither loads in the app. 

 

 

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Helper II
Helper II

Re: Azure SQL Data loads to PowerApps in browser but not on mobile devices

Found a solution with a help of a friend.

 

Turns out using a function to look up user email withing the delegated Filter function did not work. Creating a variable named "useremail" and using that to delegate the filter to the database solved the problem. 

View solution in original post

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