cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Reply
Bri
Advocate II
Advocate II

Disable the red error message

I have an app that grabs employee photos, and if the employee does not have a photo the app returns that red error message at the top, a 404 error has occured. Can i disable this error message? I can handle the error fine in the app with the IsBlank funtion, but the message still shows for my end users... How can i disable the message?!

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

Accepted Solutions
roamer7485
Advocate IV
Advocate IV

Hi!

 

You may have found already a solution to this but I want to share my solution. I also bumped into this issue that was kinda frustrating. Yet after 3 cups of mdium-roast colombia, I found a solution. First, enabled the formula-level error management from the App Setting/Advanced Settings, see attached screen shot. Second, in my image control's Image code, I used the IfError() function like IfError(Office365Users.UserPhoto(ThisItem.Actionee.Email),"").  See another screenshot. The "Actionee" was my custom field name, ignore it. It can be user() or whatever in your case. The empty place-holder "" is the one that suppresses the error display.

 

Thanks.

View solution in original post

10 REPLIES 10
v-yamao-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi Bri,

 

I assume that you are using the connector Office 366 users. If yes, I would say that it is a limitation for this connection.


When there is no return result for the corresponding User ID, a “404 not found” error message will be thrown.


We are not possible to disable the error message when using this connection.

 

Best regards,
Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
Anonymous
Not applicable

Did you every find a workaround to this issue? I am also experiencing this.

Anonymous
Not applicable

I believe you should be able to use the following formula that checks to see if that user has a photo, and if they don't, it uses the sampleimage. 

 

If(Office365Users.UserPhotoMetadata(UserPrincipalName).HasPhoto,Office365Users.UserPhoto(UserPrincipalName),SampleImage)

 

My problem is, it throws an Error saying that UserPhoto UserID is not acceptable, but loads perfectly fine. 

No, that does not work. I am reffering to use powerapps in the web as well. But yeah i thought of trying that.

 

 

timoth
Frequent Visitor

Worked for me !! Thanks

mbeitel
New Member

I am getting the same style of error when using Azure Blob Storage.

ex. AzureBlobStorage.GetFileContent(CompanyLogo.Id) 

errror: AzureBlobStorage.GetFileContent the method 'GetFileContent' has an invalid value for parameter "id"

But it load the image perfectly after a few seconds. Has any one found a way to handle this or suppress these error? 

I'm having a very similar issue to mbeitel. I'm working with a custom flow that utilizes the SharePoint REST API, I have a user getting the Red Banner, but the information still updates and the flow appears to be running successfully.

 

I would love to disable this type of banner.

roamer7485
Advocate IV
Advocate IV

Hi!

 

You may have found already a solution to this but I want to share my solution. I also bumped into this issue that was kinda frustrating. Yet after 3 cups of mdium-roast colombia, I found a solution. First, enabled the formula-level error management from the App Setting/Advanced Settings, see attached screen shot. Second, in my image control's Image code, I used the IfError() function like IfError(Office365Users.UserPhoto(ThisItem.Actionee.Email),"").  See another screenshot. The "Actionee" was my custom field name, ignore it. It can be user() or whatever in your case. The empty place-holder "" is the one that suppresses the error display.

 

Thanks.

View solution in original post

MaheshKuni
New Member

Hello all,

I see these red Xs, for all the data cards in powerapps form. On mouse over of each datacard, I see message "Form screen has too many controls". Please post resolution.

Helpful resources

Announcements
PA User Group

Welcome to the User Group Public Preview

Check out new user group experience and if you are a leader please create your group

secondImage

Demo Extravaganza is Back!

We are excited to announce that Demo Extravaganza for 2021 has started!

MBAS on Demand

Microsoft Business Applications Summit sessions

On-demand access to all the great content presented by the product teams and community members! #MSBizAppsSummit #CommunityRocks

Power Apps June 2021

June Power Apps Community Call

Don't miss the call this month on June 16th - 8a PDT

Top Solution Authors
Top Kudoed Authors
Users online (70,618)