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TheSauce
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Managed Metadata fields not loading data for selected SharePoint item

Hi All,

 

When viewing a SharePoint item through a Power App all fields load the item data except for my managed metadata. I have several PowerApps that are similar and do load the metadata but somehow this particular one wouldn't load it. 

 

When creating the item it does accept the managed metadata selections, it just doesn't load it again when viewing the item. 

 

Any ideas?

 

Thanks in advanced.

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TheSauce
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Resolved the issue by removing the Managed Metadata from my SharePoint list and re-adding them. All settings left by default first and second time. Worked second time around - Must be an internal bug or something. 

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TheSauce
Frequent Visitor

Resolved the issue by removing the Managed Metadata from my SharePoint list and re-adding them. All settings left by default first and second time. Worked second time around - Must be an internal bug or something. 

Aniket_Gharat
Frequent Visitor

I was having similar issue when I've bulk updated 1000+ managed metadata fields using PowerShell. 
The fields were showing data in SharePoint but PowerApps was showing no data in managed metadata field.
Editing and Saving the record in SharePoint without making any change resolved this issue.
To update 1000+ records I simply created a flow to Get all items in list and update managed metadata field with same value.

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marpio
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I have solved the issue just unselecting the Allow searching option for the combobox.

Btw, after this even if re-selected (the search option), the issue is not returning.

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