i have a question regarding performance issues raised by the application internal checks :
When i use components with output properties, they appear in the inneficient differed loading in the performance issues, even if i don't use them.
Why are they here ? Is it a false positive ? If no, how can i fix this ?
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Hello @ShantanuP ,
Sorry, i have PowerApps in French so i don't know if the names are correct but yes, it comes from App checker.
It says that there is a performance issue on all output properties and on all components saying that there is an inefficient differed loading.
I can't really share a screen as everything is in french and it's just as i described above
Yes i'm talking about these but for components output property only.
Also, yes sorry, they are warning, but i don't see why they are raised since they are about output property for components.
I would like to know if i can fix them and why they are raised.
As i suspected, it is a false positive on the App Checker.
Do you know if there is already an idea thread on PowerApps forum to improve this issue ?
Sorry, no I am not sure if this has been raised as an idea. But always a good idea to check out first with a search inside ideas.
I successfully reproduced the issue. I'm not sure to what it is linked. I used a simple application with at least 4 screens (with less the issue disappear). Also the application needs to have a certain amount of components (i don't know precisely how many, i just imported those from my first application).
As i imported those components, i can't share this application publicly but i can share privately if it can help tracking down the issue.
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