I'm using Powerapp forms to update share point list.
Using 2 forms ( 1 for updating few column, another one for few other columns with attachment).
when I submit forms I'm facing error "conflicts exist with changes on the server powerapps" I have tried Patch function also. but not working.
can anyone help to resolve the error?
If you have forms, then the only submitting you should be doing is with SubmitForm. If both forms are dealing with the same record, then there should ONLY be one SubmitForm performed.
Tell me more about your current setup and how your forms are configured.
Hi thanks for prompt response...
Here is my scenario...
I have a List with around 80 fields.
And in which first 20 fields are updated from form1 & next few 5 fields along with attachment to be updated with form2.
I understand that...what I am asking is how are you currently submitting them?
Yes, the Refresh (which is not needed) is going to be your issue among the fact that you are splitting your form incorrectly.
You should be submitting ONE form only. That one form (the master form) should include the updates from the second form. Incidentally, if you have attachments in use, the form with the attachments should be your master form.
To learn how to split your form properly and still maintain all the functionality and features of the form, please review this video on the topic.
But I have another scenario too,
After submission of forms, I have another action where only one particular filed to be updated by different user by Patch function. Like form will be submitted by one person & approved by another person via patch function. even at patch condition ( after one form submission) I'm facing this issue.
If this other field is part of a form for the approver, then again, SubmitForm would be what is used...not patch.
If it is just a single field to be updated, then Patch is sufficient, but I am not sure how that relates to your current situation of the two forms. The two form issue is related to the first person filling out the form!
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