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Can't GetRoomLists

I'm trying to create something similar to the Book a Room template app, but I'm not getting very far. I am trying to get a collection of rooms to fill of our organizations conference rooms. I copied some code from the Book a Room app, but I keep getting a blank collection. Any advice is greatly appreciated.

 

Code, run at app start:

ClearCollect(AllRooms, Office365.GetRoomLists().value);

 

Data Sources:

Office365

Office365Users

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Re: Can't GetRoomLists

Hi Jlevwayside, DId you get a chance to check the data source does that have data? Regards, Pavan Kumar Garlapati
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Re: Can't GetRoomLists

It is the same data source as in the Book a Room template app. That app can retieve the room list successfully.

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Re: Can't GetRoomLists

Hi @jlevwayside ,

This formula is right.

I've made a similar test and not the same problem like your description.871.PNG

 

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If you have no items in there then check the Connector and make sure the user chosen can access the Room List.

Here's a similar isse for your reference:

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/General-Discussion/Getting-list-of-all-rooms/td-p/177565

 

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu

 

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
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Re: Can't GetRoomLists

@v-yutliu-msft Your method worked once I tied it to a button. It does not work if I have it in the "App" object within the "OnStart" hook. I would like these loaded at the start of the app, is that possible?

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Re: Can't GetRoomLists

It also does not seem to work with the OnVisible section of a screen.

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