Sorry, I know that there are many discussion opened about this matter but I didn't understand if there is a solution or if Microsoft team is working on it.
I have tried many ways to avoid the error but without success. What is funny is that the code is working, but with this annoying error message.
Office365Users.UserPhotoMetadata failed: The method 'UserPhotoMetadata' has an invalid value for parameter 'userId'
Solved! Go to Solution.
I have tried but unfortunately I still getting the error.
It is so frustrating because it is working but showing this error. I can't publish this version with this error being showing to the users.
Thank you so much for your support and time.
There is one more thing I would suggest you to try out. Try exporting the app in the current state and import it as a new app and then try it out. It might work that way!
Hope this Helps!
Hey @wagnerfraga It is frustrating but can we give it another try?
Thank you for dedication and persistence!
You are THE guy!
Not it is working perfectly and withou this %$# error message.
Many Many Many thanks,
I am still getting a similar error with the following formula:
Any ideas? I feel like I have tried everything. No errors appear in the app checker, and it can be published, and it works fine, but it keeps throwing this error.
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