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COLLECTIONS: Sharepoint Calculated Columns?

I have a Calculated-type column in a Sharepoint custom list set to:

=DATE(YEAR(lastServiceDate),MONTH(lastServiceDate)+maintDuration,DAY(lastServiceDate))

WIth `Date and Time` set as the results in the column settings. 

I'm collecting it in PowerApps with `ClearCollect(colName, sharepointList)` (nothing special)

The calculated column is populated in the Sharepoint list but remains blank in the collection. 

Is this a known issue or..?

 

Thanks

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Re: COLLECTIONS: Sharepoint Calculated Columns?

Maybe it was just a temporary thing. Now i'm able to Collect Sharepoint calculated-type columns without issue. 

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Re: COLLECTIONS: Sharepoint Calculated Columns?

Hi @ericonline ,

As far as I know, calculated column is read-only in PowerApps.

So you could only view it in PowerApps.

That's the reason why you can not save it to collection.

Here's a doc about it for your reference: (Please read the Known issue part)

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/maker/canvas-apps/connections/connection-sharepoint-onlin...

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu

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Re: COLLECTIONS: Sharepoint Calculated Columns?

Hello @v-yutliu-msft , thank you for the reply. 

It is interesting to me that collecting a read-only field from Sharepoint is not possible. Good information.

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Re: COLLECTIONS: Sharepoint Calculated Columns?

Maybe it was just a temporary thing. Now i'm able to Collect Sharepoint calculated-type columns without issue. 

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