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bideveloper_spp
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Edit Form not displaying data for last few hundreds of rows from One Drive for Business Excel File

 

Overview:

I have built a PowerApps Visual which is embedded inside a PowerBI Report.
There are 2 forms - Home Screen and Edit Form.


The Home Screen has its data source from PowerBI Integration Data (One Drive for Business Excel File). This screen properly displays all the data.

 

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The Second Form EditForm opens up by clicking the arrow as shown above from the Home Screen: It has its source from PowerApps data connector (Same One Drive for Business Excel File).

 

The Edit Form is supposed to show as below:

 

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But it gets stuck as ‘Getting your Data…’ for some of the data. Upon further research I found that the form is not populating for last few hundreds of rows. The Excel file is well within the limits of the maximum size allowed (max – 2 MB, file size ~150 KB)

 

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This is the structure of the file with approximately 700 rows of data.

 

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Following is the code for OnSelect property in the Select Arrow:
EditForm(EditForm);
Navigate(EditScreen,ScreenTransition.CoverRight);
Set(SelectedDeliveryDetailID, Value(ThisItem.Delivery_Detail_ID))

 

EditForm Item property has the following code to look up on the unique identifier Delivery_Detail_ID:
LookUp(Table1,Value(Delivery_Detail_ID)=SelectedDeliveryDetailID)


I would like to know if anyone faced similar issue, and if it has to do anything with any row limitations within PowerApp. I also would like to know if I am overlooking something since the Edit form is displaying correctly for ~ first half of the rows while it is not displaying for ~ second half.

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timl
Super User
Super User

Hi @bideveloper_spp 

Excel data sources are non delegable.

I suspect that your 'data row limit for non-delegable queries' setting is set to the default value of 500. If you increase this to the maximum value of 2,000, that should hopefully solve your problem.

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timl
Super User
Super User

Hi @bideveloper_spp 

Excel data sources are non delegable.

I suspect that your 'data row limit for non-delegable queries' setting is set to the default value of 500. If you increase this to the maximum value of 2,000, that should hopefully solve your problem.

timl_0-1606585300464.png

 

 

 

 

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bideveloper_spp
New Member

Thank you very much, that totally worked!

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