After republishing, my form is now working. It would load and allow me to create a new list item. However, editing an existing item wasn't working. I found that the 'Item' property of each form had be emptied. I put back in the default code and I can now edit items.
For those who need it, the default 'Item' property code is:
If(IsBlank(SharePointIntegration.Selected) || IsEmpty(SharePointIntegration.Selected),First('***Data Source Name***'),SharePointIntegration.Selected)
After republishing, my form works.I can submit and edit items w/o any problems. One thing I noticed is that the 'Copy Link' button is still broken on the New Form, but works on the edit form. I'm wondering if others see this as well.
It is loading now, but I'm having problems with the error "An entry is required or has an invalid value. Please correct and try again", this is occuring on my SubmitForm(SharePointForm1) sporadically. I can replicate it in different scenarios on different screens. If I submit a second time the error goes away and it saves fine. This was not an issue before last weeks update and is even an issue on forms that have not been changed and are still on version 3.18042.20. Is anyone else seeing this?
Several of you have asked where you can see status about current known issues with PowerApps. Currently we communicate known issues on the support page: https://aka.ms/pasupport. This issue was posted there yesterday even before it was diagnosed and mitigated and it was later updated to reflect the need to republish the apps that were impacted.
We apologize for the inconvenience this issue has caused!
Can you point out where this issue is listed on the link provided https://aka.ms/pasupport
Here is what I see.. some issue with CDS...
The "Found a Bug" link goes right back to this general discussion forum. How do we alert the team and indicate the severity - especially in a System Down scenario for production systems like the event we are all discussing on this thread?
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