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david2
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Cannot Revert Edit Version to Original State - All Links to Connections Lost After Save

After exporting a package at 8/8/2018, 4:10:51 AM PST, I awoke to find all links to the connections within my application were lost. The published version is fully configured and working properly.

 

Session ID: df0faea3-813f-454f-8282-7520ad3fb74c
PowerApps 3.18074.20

 

App ID
5b0845d3-4b7d-4919-a830-60fa348d8811
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v-micsh-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi david2,

 

Could you please explain a bit for the connections, within the App exported, or the original App?

 

Please note that:

"

If an app depends on a connection (such as a SQL connection w/ credentials) we do not currently support exporting the connection or credentials as a part of the package.

If you have an app that relies on a shared connection (like SQL), your only current option is to manually re-create that connection with the appropriate credentials in your target environment and select that connection when you import the package.

"

For more information, see:

Export and import your Apps across environments with packaging

 

Regards,

Michael

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
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