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DavidPrague
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Upload Files to Blob Storage suddenly stop working for some users

Hello all,

 

My scenario:

  1. I have a small app in Power Apps, that uses connector AzureBlobStorage.
  2. In first screen, i let user choose the image from his gallery and send the image to the Azure Blob Storage.
  3. On next screen, i check, if that file exists on Azure Blob Storage.

Until yesterday, everything works fine. But from yesterday, some colleagues have issues with uploading the file - the 3. step control says "File is not uploaded" and when i check the Azure Blob Storage, no file was uploaded.

 

The code is fine, because some users have no problem with it, so i need to check, if someone has same problem with this connector, or maybe if Azure Blob Storage have some connection issues. I compare the rights/licenses users and everybody have the same license.

 

Also i didn't find solution, how to get answer from command AzureBlobStorage.CreateFile, there is only answer as Meta data, but that doesn't tell me Response Error.

 

Thanks.

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DavidPrague
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I finally found the problem. After one of folders in Azure Blob Storage gets more than 6000 records, the control mechanism (LookUp, if there is a file with the same DisplayName) stop working. I did a workaround, created a new folder and it's smooth again.

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timl
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@DavidPrague 

I'm not sure what the answer to this is however, the storage connectors were updated at the start of this week and it's possible that the problem you're seeing is somehow related to that update.

https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/updates-to-the-azure-file-storage-and-excel-online-busine...

 

Hello,

 

thanks for your answer. But in my opinion, "Azure File Storage" is another connector, i am using "Azure Blob Storage". 

DavidPrague
Frequent Visitor

I finally found the problem. After one of folders in Azure Blob Storage gets more than 6000 records, the control mechanism (LookUp, if there is a file with the same DisplayName) stop working. I did a workaround, created a new folder and it's smooth again.

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