cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Reply
Anonymous
Not applicable

Wrong time after saving into Sharepoint List

I retrieved data from SQL table and dispplay in PowerApps then get some inputs from users and save the data into SharePoint 2013 Online list. But not saved correct time in SharePoint list date and time field which is displayed in PowerApps. Please help me anyone to resolve this one.

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

Accepted Solutions

PowerApps by default will always display in local time. Since you mentioned your time is in EST time, your SharePoint will convert the DateTimeValue from PowerApps. If you don't want the conversion to happen, make your SP field a text field and just post the 'text' value of your PowerApps DateTime field.

View solution in original post

6 REPLIES 6
Resolver I
Resolver I

have you checked the regional settings of your SharePoint?

Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Anonymous,

Can you share a bit more about your issue ?

By your saying “not saved correct time in sharepoint list , can you show me details about this ?

 

Please check if Time Zone of sharepoint match with your local Time Zone.

Please check if the date and time format of the field from sharepoint list is correct

 

Regards,

Eason

Community Support Team _ Eason YU
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
Anonymous
Not applicable

Thanks for your Reply.

 

We converted date and time value in the format of MM/dd/yyyy hh:mm AM/PM in SQL and populate into PowerApps then assigned to SharePoint list  datet and time field.

 

We accesing PowerApps in IST timezone and SharePoint list field have EST timezone.

For example:

SQL Date and Time value : 12/27/2018 07:00 PM and same value display in PowerApps.

While convert this value into DateTimeValue in PowerApps and assigned to SP date and time field then it saved like

12/27/2018 08:00 PM

Thanks

PowerApps by default will always display in local time. Since you mentioned your time is in EST time, your SharePoint will convert the DateTimeValue from PowerApps. If you don't want the conversion to happen, make your SP field a text field and just post the 'text' value of your PowerApps DateTime field.

View solution in original post

Hi @iamlee ,

 

can you please give me 15 minutes of your time to share screen.

Actually if we save from SharePoint list form its fine like 12/12/2019 00:00 this is expected 

but after submitting the same field (date and time) from powerapps its displaying 12/12/2019 4:30 business is not accepting.

SP regional settings : (UTC+10:00 Brisbane)

 

Can you please help me with complete steps or kindly reply once to Skype/webex call ASAP since this is open issue.

please reply here once mk568571@gmail.com to Skype call details 

 

Thanks 

 

 

Anonymous
Not applicable

Hi, Same here.

 

I want to be honest. I just started with PowerApps. To get started I imported a Canvas app from a 3rd party who is not able to help me out with this anymore, unfortunately.

 

In Powerapps the Datepicker shows the date as expected, but once the user confirm the date it changes to a day behind.

 

The timezone in Sharepoint is set to local, also in powerapps is set to local. In my case is UTC+1.

 

The formula which is saving the date has this:

 

Text(MyDatePicker.SelectedDate,DateTimeFormat.UTC))});

 

I tried to change it to the code below but didn't work. It threw me an error:

Text(MyDatePicker.SelectedDate,"[$-en-US]mmmmmmmmm dd, yyyy")});

 

Any idea to solve this please?

 

Thanks in advance!

 

 


 

 

Helpful resources

Announcements
News & Announcements

Community Blog

Stay up tp date on the latest blogs and activities in the community News & Announcements.

Power Apps Community Call

Power Apps Community Call- January

Check out the Power Apps Community Call for January 2021

PP Bootcamp Carousel

Global Power Platform Bootcamp

Dive into the Power Platform stack with hands-on sessions and labs, virtually delivered to you by experts and community leaders.

secondImage

Power Platform Community Conference On Demand

Watch Nick Doelman's session from the 2020 Power Platform Community Conference on demand!

Top Solution Authors
Top Kudoed Authors
Users online (11,760)