Hoping someone can point me in the right direction. I've got a few custom SharePoint forms in use, some for lists and some for document libraries. Recently I've encountered some odd behavior on initial loading of a custom form. Here's what's happening now and I don't know why:
I'm well aware of cache issues and the need to reload/refresh after publishing the app, but this seems to be something else. I've tried other browsers, flushing the browswer cache/history, incognito mode, you name it. Nothing changes this behavior and I think it's nuts to expect users to have to reload the web page every time they navigate to a new list or library (or folder within the library).
Any idea what is going on here and how to fix it? It is suddenly affecting all of my integrated custom PowerApps forms and I don't think this was the case until recently. Help!
P.S. - When I switch back to the standard SP form, it works as normal of course. Behavior only affects the customized form.
Hi @kldmld531 ,
I have a list customize form behaves exact the same as you described in the post. The difference between this list and others is I have set all columns to be non-required:
After setting the Title column to be required, the customize form behaviors fine. Please try my solution on your end.
Hope this helps.
Community Support Team _ Jeffer Ni
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it.
Hi @v-jefferni ,
Thanks for the input, but I tried your suggestion and it doesn't seem to help on either a list or document library. My lists already had required fields (including Title), but even if I toggle them to optional and back to required there is no change in the behavior. Same is true for the document library, toggling the Title field to required doesn't seem to help.
If there's another idea, I'm open to suggestions and willing to try. Thanks to all in advance!
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