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Karlin
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Book a room template broken?

Hi

Played around with the new MS PowerApps template Book a room. Promising and just what i've been looking for.

Unfortunately I get a warning message on the ButtonMeeting located at the LandingScreen. At the OnSelect-field there is an warningtriangle and if I hover over it it says (freely translated from Swedish) Office365.GetEventsCalendarViewV2 failed: The GetEventsCalendarViewV2 method has an invalid value in the calendarID parameter. Sort of.

This probably is the reason that the PowerApp does not work:

When I click the Book for an existing meeting none of my meetings show up.

If I click the Book without a meeting and proceed with a booking of a room (all our rooms are listed perfectly), the booking gets confirmed in the PowerApp, but it doesn't show up in the room calendar in Outlook.

Help. Please.

 

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Thanks for the assist @Anonymous, appreciate it.

jpicou
Frequent Visitor

I don't see your proposed solution?

 

iseth
Regular Visitor

Please go through the messages before you reply, @Anonymous mentioned that he will go through the template and post the solution once he has one. I DO NOT have a proposed solution.

Anonymous
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Hi @jpicou I do not have a solution yet. I am going to review this feedback and follow up within the thread once I have more information. Thank you!

 

@Anonymous

Someone still looking for the solution to this? Because I have found a solution to it all.

Matt... 

What is your solution?

 

I do not really know the reason, but when I and another at work examined the matter, we noticed that there were two sources of my mail that content outlook365 and my mail. When I chose the second source instead, the error message disappeared which many in this thread have received. But the problem remained that the booking itself was not entered into the room and in my own calendar.
We then try to start up a completely new user account but own mail etc. I logged into powerapps and made the actual app with this new profile and everything now works as it should.

Now I am far from being technically knowledgeable about why it now work and not with my usual profile, but you who are somewhat more talented about programming can certainly find the fault.

(this text translated from Swedish into Google translate, forgive if errors occur in the language.)

DanBailey
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@Anonymous 

 

Hi, I am having an issue with this template also.

 

Our company does not use Skype for Business Online, we have the physical Skype clients on the machines and are not assigned to SFBO within our Office 365 subscription so cannot sign into the connector, so unable to choose 'Allow' to the permissions page to the connectors when it launches.

 

If I go into the app and go to view > Data sources and remove SFBO I can then load the app and allow the other 2 connectors fine Office365 and Office 365Users.

 

When trying to use the app we get no errors and it locates the rooms, but when choosing to Book nothing is actually booked.

 

Is there

1) A way to remove the 'Skype for Business Online' functionality all together?

2) A way to fix the booking aspect of why it’s not booking the rooms. Is this linked to Skype for Business Online not being available? Would there be a workaround?

Anonymous
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Hi @DanBailey thanks for bringing this to our attention. I will review with the team and follow up.

 

@Anonymous 

Hello .Been bad at updating all of you about how our problem with powerapps has gone. My previous post about starting up a new user stopped working and when we booked, nothing was shown in the calendar. We have now started working with an IT company that has a person who is somewhat more knowledgeable than me about power apps. When it came to Powerapps he found an error that he claims to solve our problem. He has found that powerapps are looking for "calendar" to add it to each calendar. The problem was obviously a linguistic barrier when powerapps were not looking for the Swedish spelling of a calendar that is spelled "kalender". When he made this change, the problem resolved he said. Will try the app yourself in a few hours and then return. @Anonymous @DanBailey 


@MattiasNilsson wrote:
 

I do not really know the reason, but when I and another at work examined the matter, we noticed that there were two sources of my mail that content outlook365 and my mail. When I chose the second source instead, the error message disappeared which many in this thread have received. But the problem remained that the booking itself was not entered into the room and in my own calendar.
We then try to start up a completely new user account but own mail etc. I logged into powerapps and made the actual app with this new profile and everything now works as it should.

Now I am far from being technically knowledgeable about why it now work and not with my usual profile, but you who are somewhat more talented about programming can certainly find the fault.

(this text translated from Swedish into Google translate, forgive if errors occur in the language.)



@MattiasNilsson wrote:
 

I do not really know the reason, but when I and another at work examined the matter, we noticed that there were two sources of my mail that content outlook365 and my mail. When I chose the second source instead, the error message disappeared which many in this thread have received. But the problem remained that the booking itself was not entered into the room and in my own calendar.
We then try to start up a completely new user account but own mail etc. I logged into powerapps and made the actual app with this new profile and everything now works as it should.

Now I am far from being technically knowledgeable about why it now work and not with my usual profile, but you who are somewhat more talented about programming can certainly find the fault.

(this text translated from Swedish into Google translate, forgive if errors occur in the language.)

 

 

 


 

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