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Oliclusive
Helper I
Helper I

Data Cards move when publishing App

Hi Community,

 

did it ever happen to you that data fields seem to magically move in position between what you see on the Designer and what is finally published to the web?

 

Attached Screenshot "Designer" is the view I want. 

 

Screenshot "Viewer" is what I get after publishing exactly this version (notice how all the data cards are displayed on the top of the list, above each other... basically it makes the screen useless).

.... strangely in the Designer everything still looks OK.

 

Re- publishing, re-setting the version and even re-connecting the data source does not help. I don't want to start all-over building the App - did anybody ever experience a similar issue?

 

Thanks for any help

Oliver

 

 

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Office365Master
Advocate V
Advocate V

In the Designer on the form ensure the X & Y properties match the sequence you want each data card to appear.

 

Per your example where there is only one column the X & Y properties should be set as follows per the sequence you would like them to appear in runtime mode:

DataCard1:   X: 0   Y: 0

DataCard2:   X: 0   Y: 1

DataCard3:   X: 0   Y: 2

DataCard4:   X: 0   Y: 3

DataCard5:   X: 0   Y: 4

DataCard6:   X: 0   Y: 6

etc...

 

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Office365Master
Advocate V
Advocate V

In the Designer on the form ensure the X & Y properties match the sequence you want each data card to appear.

 

Per your example where there is only one column the X & Y properties should be set as follows per the sequence you would like them to appear in runtime mode:

DataCard1:   X: 0   Y: 0

DataCard2:   X: 0   Y: 1

DataCard3:   X: 0   Y: 2

DataCard4:   X: 0   Y: 3

DataCard5:   X: 0   Y: 4

DataCard6:   X: 0   Y: 6

etc...

 

Thank you - Ill check if the values were corupted

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