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sperry1625
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SharePoint List Form Migration

I migrated a SharePoint list form power app to a new site.  The new site will be used for development since we went live with the application.  I migrated the production app to the new dev site. I have don't this many times before with other apps without issue.  But for some reason, when I do this one I am having a problem.

The app migrates fine.  I open in Power Apps studio, fix a few issues with data connections. Save and publish the app, no issues. When I go back to the list to try the app I receive the following error:

 

 

Unable to find the default display form for list Service Requests.

 

Service Requests is the list name.  I have never experienced this before.  Why would it be looking for the default display form? Is that the original EditForm.aspx, etc?  Before I migrated the app I was able to bring up the default form to edit the list.

 

UPDATE: I tried deleting the Power App I migrated to reset the list.  I then created the default Power App, no changes.  Same result. Nice to know it's not my Power App or the migration I did.  There is something wrong with the list apparently, but what?

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thank you.

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