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Jun_Bin
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Offline Capabilities - PowerApps : Failed to Load [Data Source]

Hi, I would like to create a PowerApps with offline capabilities. But I have some data source is connected with it. Is there any way I could eliminate the error that showing "Failed to load [datasource]" when I start the PowerApps if I'm in Offline mode? Best Regards, Jun Bin
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PowerApps Staff Mr-Dang-MSFT
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Re: Offline Capabilities - PowerApps : Failed to Load [Data Source]

Hi @Jun_Bin,

You can try tinkering with Formula Level Error Management. You can use Notify() to write the errors you want.

 

Enable it with File > App Settings > Advanced Settings:

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PowerApps Staff Mr-Dang-MSFT
PowerApps Staff

Re: Offline Capabilities - PowerApps : Failed to Load [Data Source]

Hi @Jun_Bin,

You can try tinkering with Formula Level Error Management. You can use Notify() to write the errors you want.

 

Enable it with File > App Settings > Advanced Settings:

Annotation 2019-01-09 124917.jpg

 

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