I have created a Powerapps sharepoint list form but wondering why in sharepoint search results when clicking an item it dosn't display in powerapps form but the regular sharepoint form. Not sure if this is a limitations or is there any work around? The url in the address looks like this [site]/lists/test/DispForm.aspx?ID=1. I think it should have pa=1 [/DispForm.aspx?ID=270&pa=1]. Powerapps form open up when (viewing/editing) from the list view. Any comments or suggestions?
Juts tested this using SharePoint Search and this works fine
The url is Lists/listname/DispForm.aspx?ID=1
No need for pa as a query attribute
Have you customized the SharePoint list form using PowerApps or created a Standalone App
Also, has the SharePoint list form cusotmization using PowerApps (if done this way) published?
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I mean the list experience
Note - the list experience can be set to classic by the user (for his/her context) as well
Hi @JohnWeb ,
Do the ‘search results’ mean the interface of search item result in sharepoint list?
Have you ever change sharepoint to Classic experience?
I have made the test, and don’t have the issue you mentioned.
The customize form can display well in search result interface as below.
I also try the URL [site] /lists/test/DispForm.aspx?ID=14. It also can work well.
So if the issue still remains, l suggest to clear browser cache and cookies and try again. Also please remove the custom form from your SP list, re-add a new one, check if the issue is solved.
To answer you questions:
Yes the search results interface.
No did not change to classic experience however the list setting of "List experience" is set to Default experience for the site. Any idea if should be set to New experience or Classice experience?
Haven't tried removing and re-adding the form yet.
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