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Column in DropColumns included but still error popup


I had an issue with the technical columns of the SP online list... 


The solution was started using this DropColumns function...



And now I have an issue below ... but I already have the column "Editor" in DropColumns... 



Some suggestions ?

Thanks ! 🙂


Super User
Super User


Instead of specifying metadata columns to be dropped, why not use ShowColumns() instead and only put in the columns you wish to show from your list. 

Frequent Visitor

Hi@Drrickryp , thanks for the reaction 🙂


I know about ShowColumns() but I have more than 180 columns and maintenance will be messier. ( and you cant put there variable... to do something like



To be honest,

I'm disappointed this DropColumns doesn't work... really why is there this function then if it doesn't work!

Or did I do something bad ?...

ShowColumns() is the last choice... there.

Super User
Super User


It's hard to image that a single table could have 180 columns and not need to be normalized... Just sayin.

This is for another topic... now it's the source SharePoint online list...  It will be moved to a normal DB or Dataverse in the future... but for now, it's SP online list... 

Still, it's sad that DropColumns doesn't work 😞 ... I know almost every platform has his "Feature" ;).. maybe I'm on one right now...

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