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Anonymous
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ETAG Mismatch

Is this a bug or has someone found a solution to this?

 

This is my formula:

 

Patch(Pricing, Gallery3.Selected, {PriceLevel:DataCardValue6, PriceType: DataCardValue2, Price: Value(DataCardValue3.Text)});Refresh(Pricing)

 

You can see I have added ;Refresh(Pricing) as per other posts I have read regarding this, but it is still producing the error message.

 

Yes, the action happens and generates a new record successfully but the Error Message shows and it's not great for the user end experience.

 

Any help you can give would  be greatly appreciated 🙂

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Anonymous
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@timl This is resolved now, I put the Refresh('sharepoint list') at the beginning instead of the end and it worked.

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timl
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Hi @Anonymous 

Just to clarify, what's the full error message that you see? Is it reporting a conflict with the server, like this post here?

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/General-Discussion/Server-Response-ETAG-mismatch-Conflicts-exist-with-changes-on/m-p/241606

If so, I would investigate and try and work how the conflict is occurring. Are multiple users editing the same record? Could someone be editing the record outside of PowerApps?

To prevent a conflict by refreshing the data source, you would need to do this before the patch. So your formula would look like this:

Refresh(Pricing);
Patch(Pricing,
Gallery3.Selected,
{PriceLevel: DataCardValue6, PriceType: DataCardValue2, Price: Value(DataCardValue3.Text)}
)

Anonymous
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@timl This is resolved now, I put the Refresh('sharepoint list') at the beginning instead of the end and it worked.

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