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Bakrsn
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Image from sharepoint list not recognized in PowerApps

Hi,

 

I am creatring a gallery in PowerApps but unfortunately the images from sharepoint list does not appear in the gallery: 

 

I tryed using image from the web and then the images works just fine. 

 

the main difference is that in general web links we can see the extension of the file xxxx.jpg while in sharepoint image links:  site/documentlibrary/xxxxxx-xxxx-4289-acc2-5dca14d27495

is there any tournaround regarding this situation ?

 

thanks in advance,

Bakr

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Hi Yumia, 

 

Thanks a lot for your support. Actually I found the solution to my problem on SharePoint tech community forum. The links I used were from a sharepoint library, I had to copy past the link of the pictures as for " People with existing access" instead "Specific people".

 

regards,

Bakrsn

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Pstork1
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The image control only works when you supply the actual file extension for the image.  Make sure that the file stored in SharePoint includes the .jpg extension or that you append it to the url before you load it into the image control.



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v-yuxima-msft
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Hi @Bakrsn 

 

How do you mean image from sharepoint list not recognized in PowerApps?

How do you create your image Column in your SP list?

I test it as this, it works ok.

 

Firstly,copy the Image link in Image Library in SP.

Preview->View original->Copy the link

ImagesInLibrary.PNG

ImageLinkInSPlibrary.PNG

ViewOriginal.PNG

CopythiLink.PNG

 

Then create the Image column in your SP list:

You can choose HyperLink Or Picture:

SP list.PNG

HyperLink.PNG

Picture.PNG

 

App Test:

Image1.Image=ThisItem.Image_Pic

ThisItem.Pic.PNG

Image1.Image=ThisItem.Image_Link

ThisItem.Image_Link.PNG

 

Hope this could be helpful.

 

Best Regards.

Yumia

Hi Yumia, 

 

Thanks a lot for your support. Actually I found the solution to my problem on SharePoint tech community forum. The links I used were from a sharepoint library, I had to copy past the link of the pictures as for " People with existing access" instead "Specific people".

 

regards,

Bakrsn

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