I'm getting this error message "server response: obeject reference not set to an instanceof an object" when I'm trying to submit my form. It was working fine before, and all of sudden this error started to pop-up.
I'm using the "Vendor invoice line" from the CDS,and from what I see the problem is under the data card "Sequence" with the "update" property set to:
Value(Max('Sales invoice line',Sequence)+1)
I changed it from that code to simply update from the Data Card Value, but the error keeps apearing every time I try to submit it.
Any thoughts about what can be causing this error?
I tried to isolate the form and re-type the sequence code, but when I finished typing the max code, it stayed ok for a few seconds and the I changed to red underline and the error appears again.
I didn't even try to submit or to run the screen.
I went to the CDS to see the data in the vendor invoice line entity and it didn't load, so I decide to look it in excel and the same error message appears.
Is my entity broken for some reason ?
Thanks for reporting this.
Would it be convenient for you to share the Session ID, also with the information under your Environments (Created time, location)?
Under Account->Diagnostics->Session Details
I will forward this for further investigation.
My Session ID: 2ce1c7d0-b311-eaf0-019a-d0ff640fd3fa
PowerApps Version 2.0.592
Environment: Test Environment
The entity with issues: Vendor invoice line
Thanks for the information.
If I have any feedback, I will post back.
CDS data now should be OK to load, would you please take a check again?
From the browser view, it says there is no data.
From the excel view it keeps saying the same error message.
It should be data there, may be it was erase ?
Thank you for your replay.
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