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remagopinathan
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Location Image columnin the model driven

in the module shared in the learning path. the locationinage column created in the table is not shown in the column list in model driven app. why is it so?

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Bajancherri94
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I was having the same issue. Someone posted the solution in another post. Delete the original LocationImage column and redo it in the forms section. That helped me. 

dpoggemann
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Hi @remagopinathan 

I would also try turning off the "New Look" on your top menu bar and see if that helps.

Hope this helps. Please accept if answers your question or Like if helps in any way.
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Drew
henryobison
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I'm having similar issue; I created the LocationImage column as advised in the video. Also, I removed the LocationImage column and Location table from my Environment, Logged off from my account, Logged in again, and recreated everything from scratch. The same problem, the LocationImage column still not showing in Forms. You can see from attachment that my Table and Columns have the right configurations.

I will appreciate workable suggestion.

Hi @remagopinathan 

 

There is a workaround solution by @BCBuizer on this link LocationImage column not available to add to form. - Power Platform Community (microsoft.com)

 

I tried it and it worked for me 🙂

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