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Collect[collection of items] to data source doesn't match columns with same name


I'm trying to collect a list collection of items back to the data source (dataverse) as it would be faster than patching them one by one. I've watched Shane Young's video on this several times, but face a strange error:

'The specified column with the name 'ResursointiKuukausiVuosi3' does not exist. The columns with the most similar name is 'ResursointiKuukausiVuosi3'.

--> the names are the same and the error is the same for several other columns (tried it) that look like they have the same names too

After running the code I get an empty row of data into the table in Dataverse.



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Lifting it up, is it common that collecting to data source is not possible or am I missing something in relation to the Collect-function? cheers!

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