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No display when editing properties of form data created in a power app

Hello, I'm hoping someone can get me pointed in the right direction. We have a client who has a power app embedded in their SharePoint Online site in Office 365. We have Azure AD sync connected to their local AD.

Suddenly, the client is no longer able to edit form data submited via the power app. The can submit a new form without any issues. But when they attempt to edit the properties of existing data, the client sees nothing but a white screen. This happens in all browsers even after clearing cache, etc. 

Viewing through Chome dev tools, we see many "access" errors. Specifically many errors that have a general dialog of "Refused to load the script xxxxx... Because it violates the following contect security policy directive "script-src 'self' .... long URL...


When I google this info, I see a lot of references to jscript and such, but nothing that illuminates how this might be connected to Office 365/PowerApps/SharePoint. At least nothing that makes sense to me. Which leads me to say...


I'm not a developer, so I'm unsure where to direct this question or whether I'm on the right track. But it seems to me the problem is related to permissions and AzureAD sync. If so, any ideas? In not, any recommendations for direction? Am I in the right forum?

Thank you!

Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: No display when editing properties of form data created in a power app



So you have embed an app on SharePoint online site, and now the exsiting data does not appear in the edit form in this app. What is the data source of this app? Please go to PowerApps site, and open the app in Edit mode, and see if the connection is connected. If not, please try to delete the data source and readd it, then set the data source of the Form control again.


You could also test with different browsers.




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