May I know that how can I access 2000 records from Share Point list through Power Apps?
I have try to use collection already but it just collect first 2000 records only.
Concurrent( ClearCollect(CollectionA,Filter(varDB,Value(ID)<2000)), ClearCollect(CollectionB,Filter(varDB,Value(ID) >=2000 And Value(ID)<5000))); ClearCollect(NameofCollection,CollectionA,CollectionB)
So you can try removing the Concurrent statement from the outside of it and see if it works better like that.
I have try to remove the concurrent.
ClearCollect(CollectionA,Filter(varDB,ID<600)); ClearCollect(CollectionB,Filter(varDB,ID >=600 And ID<700)); ClearCollect(NameofCollection,CollectionA,CollectionB);
Besides I also try to reduce the limit and it just show until 588 records only.
Reduce the limit will never work. That limit is how many PowerApps sees - it picks the first 2000 random records from your data source and it will refuse to see any more records even if you get all of them, it does not affect the Filter, it affects the whole thing. Once you hit a delegation warning we recommend you never use the app in production until you can remove the delegation warning.
In your case, can you try to filter on the Data Source instead of a variable? (if applicable)
Other than that, not sure why you get the delegation warning.
Although I have try without filter also can not get all records.
As per below :
What is varDB? Is it a Variable?
Can you use the Data Source directly instead of the variable?
Can you also see if this persists after you take out the Collection wrap around it and just use the Data Source directly to test? Such as if you just test by using the data source directly in a Gallery with no filters - does the delegation warning still show anyway even like that and does it still have the same issue with the records?
Also, can you double check that you are using a SharePoint List as the data source in your query here, as opposed to something like a OneDrive File or Excel File as the data source?
did you means to use excel as data set,instead of list?
I have change as per you request, but it comes out an error below :
No we meant that if you were using excel as data source, to make sure not to use it.
So if you are using SharePoint list, which would be correct, we are not sure why you still get warning even with no filters.
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