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Data Tables Not Loading SQL Data When App is Published

Hi, I'm really stuck on this issue.


I have both views and tables that are simply not loading contents when I publish my PowerApp.


While editing the app and testing, the data loads perfectly fine for each screen. After publishing, the data does not appear and even after waiting some time it does not load. My app has 11 different SQL connections to different tables and views (same db) and 2 of them work when publishing, ironically they were the first 2 I set-up. Is something being delegated here automatically without me realizing it?


Should I be using Collections in some way here?


I'd really prefer to be able to send the data to the client and have it rest in an offline mode until the user were to click a "Refresh" button or something. I'd settle for a way for data to only pull when OnVisible too. I would just compare performance.


Does anyone have a reccommendation?

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Re: Data Tables Not Loading SQL Data When App is Published

Have you tried with another control, for example, a gallery?

Besides, would you please share more details about how many Database resources has been added, and the corresponding type like whether gateway is used, authentication method ?




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Re: Data Tables Not Loading SQL Data When App is Published

All connections are using the same Basic Auth on an Azure SQL db, no gateways.


I didn't try a different control because I didn't want to upsurp my settings and properties I already had named with the data tables.


The two connections that are working are using the Gallery control while all others were tables.


My org is on Version 3.18081.22, is this the latest?

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