We have a Text Input number field on a form, linking back to a SharePoint list. When I enter 20 characters:
Select to submit the form, it fails with the following error:
If I then delete the '6' at the end of the number string (so that we have 19 characters) it will submit fine.
The field has no maximum length set (in both the PowerApp or SharePoint). Have tried the following:
Is there a default 19 character max I'm missing somewhere?
Solved! Go to Solution.
Its not a 19 character max, but the text box is automatically recognizing the entry as a number and there is a 19 digit limit on numbers. If you enter a character in the box you will find that it recognizes the number as a string and won't truncate the number until you try to use it as a value.
No workaround that I know of other than forcing the text box to consider the entry as text rather than a number. That requires input of some kind of alpha character.
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