I've come across an issue where users in other regions are getting errors when they use the date picker. They can try and type it in using en-US format or pick from the date picker, but it still defaults to their local language/date format and creates the error.
I think it has to do with either the DefaultDate, TimeDateZone or Language but am unsure.
I've attached what it looks like from my users in Germany with an example of the error in English ("an entry is required or has an invalid value. Please correct and try again.")
Dates are being captured in a SharePoint list that uses MM/DD/YYYY format.
Any help would be appreciated!
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CharlesDingas, Try turning off the expiremental features. See this post:
Does this seem reasonable to you, and/or Microsoft? That the SharePoint list should be unsecured in order to work with a DatePicker control? Why does someone need ownership rights for this?
First, it is a date field I added not the create date that the SharePoint creates when you add a list. And it has been resolved. Under App Setting/Expeimental Features, the delayed load feature must be turned off. It is a known error and supposed to be fixed with the next update for PowerApps.
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