cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Reply
JackCornish42
Level: Powered On

Re: Request Operation is Invalid. The $top expression "Infinity" is not valid - Urgent

Ahh, you already have a record in the list and it's still giving you the error? That's very concerning, then - it means that there's more at play here than initially thought and blurs what the true cause is...

I definitely agree that there should be no errors like this at all on empty data sources, but seeing as Microsoft haven't communicated anything about this bug in any way, shape or form, we're totally in the dark about when this will be fixed or if it will even ever be fixed.
QPC
Level: Powered On

Re: Request Operation is Invalid. The $top expression "Infinity" is not valid - Urgent

Please comment on the Powerapps team if an upgrade is being prepared?

Axford_Clare
Level: Powered On

Re: Request Operation is Invalid. The $top expression "Infinity" is not valid - Urgent

Thanks Ben, I just used Quick Edit to add a row of data to my empty Sharepoint list and it appears to have fixed the problem. 

viewfile
Level: Powered On

Re: Request Operation is Invalid. The $top expression "Infinity" is not valid - Urgent

Adding a record to a list to make sure it is not empty is not a solution or a fix for this!  A list being empty should not throw an error - and it never used to until a few days ago.  An PA update has caused this bug and it needs to be fixed.

Yes, a work-around has been provided, but there are many business cases where a list will/should be empty and having to have the list populated is not a solution.

Please can a proper fix be applied to resolve the bug?

gbux
Level: Powered On

Re: Request Operation is Invalid. The $top expression "Infinity" is not valid - Urgent

Adding a dummy record did the trick for me. Though I really think that Office365 should be able to cope with empty lists. The "faulty" setup did work for a while and this error has only started to appear recently. As clunky as Sharepoint 2013 was at least it didn't have the random changes/bugs that  0365 seems to provide me with almost daily. Sigh.Smiley Frustrated

dhock
Level: Powered On

Re: Request Operation is Invalid. The $top expression "Infinity" is not valid - Urgent

Anyone from Microsoft reading these?

kscharber
Level: Powered On

Re: Request Operation is Invalid. The $top expression "Infinity" is not valid - Urgent

Same Issue here, it started just recently and every now and then will cause an endless loading loop.

Highlighted
bemvilac_brito
Level: Powered On

Re: Request Operation is Invalid. The $top expression "Infinity" is not valid - Urgent

@viewfile  Coudn't agree more! This is a HUGE BUG and must to be fixed right away.

dhock
Level: Powered On

Re: Request Operation is Invalid. The $top expression "Infinity" is not valid - Urgent

Problem is, this is still marked as solved so maybe not even on MS' radar.

bemvilac_brito
Level: Powered On

Re: Request Operation is Invalid. The $top expression "Infinity" is not valid - Urgent

@dhock Where we need to go to put it on their radar? 'Cause to a client it just means that Powerapps App are crushed - in an end analysis it means that the Power User just do a trash job 

Helpful resources

Announcements
thirdimage

Power Apps Super User Class of 2020

Check it out!

thirdimage

New Badges

Check it out!

thirdimage

Power Apps Community User Group Member Badge

Fill out a quick form to claim your user group badge now!

sixthImage

Power Platform World Tour

Find out where you can attend!

Power Platform 2019 release wave 2 plan

Power Platform 2019 release wave 2 plan

Features releasing from October 2019 through March 2020

SecondImage

Difinity Conference

The largest Power BI, Power Platform, and Data conference in New Zealand

Top Solution Authors
Top Kudoed Authors
Users online (4,138)