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AP1979
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Patch sharepoint list with multiple columns

Hi guys,

 

I've just completed an inspection app however for the first time I am using one SharePoint list to collect my data. In the final stages now to Patch and I keep getting an error when submitting "Network error when using patch function: The requested operation is invalid". 

Each question has a weighted score and an average calculated immediately for every question answered, for example:

 

SP - 1-Good; 2-Bad (via dropdown) 

Weighted Score - 1 (if good is chosen or 2 etc.)

 

Each question (18, though all may not be answered at any given time) is made up on the same premise, however, I am unable to patch. Is it that I am missing a step in the process or is the SharePoint list too large as I also have a simpler app running off the same list and getting the same patch error. I hope I was able to explain the dilemma properly. 

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Drrickryp
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@AP1979 

Troubleshoot this by removing one of the forms being updated. See if it works. Then try the other. Once you narrow down which form is causing the problem, see if you can tell which card on it is the culprit by removing and replacing them. Also, try using the monitor to see if it gives you a clue.

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Drrickryp
Super User
Super User

@AP1979 

Please post your Patch statement and the results of a monitor session.

AP1979
Frequent Visitor

Patch(
'QAQC Process',
Defaults('QAQC Process'),
QAQCInfoForm.Updates,
DataForm.Updates
);

 

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SebS
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@AP1979 

 

Just from curiosity, do You use Lookup Columns in Your Sharepoint list, and if Yes, do you have many of them?


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AP1979
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No, i didn't use any lookup columns 

Drrickryp
Super User
Super User

@AP1979 

Troubleshoot this by removing one of the forms being updated. See if it works. Then try the other. Once you narrow down which form is causing the problem, see if you can tell which card on it is the culprit by removing and replacing them. Also, try using the monitor to see if it gives you a clue.

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