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Anonymous
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"This app isn't working..." Error

Hello all

 

 

As of today I have the "This app isn't working. Refresh your browser or try again later." message any time I try to run (view)  my app in browser (Chrome/Edge).  When try to open the app in Studio on my laptop I get the message below.

 

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The problem is with view only, I still can open for editing, edit, save and publish.

 

 

Any help will be appreciated. Thx in advance!

 

 

Best,

 

Nick

 

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You can save it to your computer, what will generate an .msapp file. Then that could be sent by private message.

Anonymous
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ok, however, now it is rather a question of disclosure.. it is a forum, not service in line with agreement, so I'm need to confirm it..

 

is there a more mmm.. orthodox way to share the app with you? e.g. "if your company is Microsoft's client with baught packeges a, b, c then here is the support contact"

 

Thx and sorry for not making things easier 🙂

haze0316
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Hello,

 

I epxerienced the same issue. But i seem to solve it by deleting the older versions. I had 99 versions of the app and when I deleted some of the old versions of the app, it started workign again. 

Any updates for this issue?

I'm experiencing the same issue with powerapps in my E5 365 - SharePoint

Anonymous
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the update is the following:

 

Microsoft representative contacted me and sent him my app to check, but the it was so long that  I actually switched to the older version and rebuilt things from the beginning to meet deadlines 🙂

 

No answer from Microsoft till today 🙂

 

 

This happened to my customers. I learned that once I share the app with them and check the option to send them an e-mail in the PowerApps interface, they in fact receive an e-mail with a button that they must click in order to register. Once registered they can access the app. However, I've also seen it happen where even after that, a customer gets this error. The situation in that case was that the network administrator had created all users with two different e-mail addresses (one long form, the other short form). It may have been one e-mail address and an alias. In any case, I had to add both e-mails as users that can use the app on the PowerApps Settings screen available when you click the ellipsis on the app in the Apps tab at https://web.powerapps.com/home. Afterward, they were able to visit the app without getting this error any longer.

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