@cwallace, there was a service outage today that should be resolved now. Would you mind trying again?
As of today, I am also experiencing the same issue with "Unexpected error" on refresh attempts. Latest attempt information:
Session ID: 6ac380b1-bfae-4774-a4ea-0bd955e86dc4Request ID: 280c9bbc-f28e-4acb-ac99-ae47f4c945b1Previously working projects have stopped working. New projects generate this error message dialog after editing the project. Subsequent refresh attempts display the following error message in the Load Progress dialog:Something went wrong. (Job ID: 0e9d29fe-26cf-4008-b9e5-97225dd7eeb4)
I seem to have a problem while trying to integrate with SQL database using installed gateway. Everything is okay in preview but once I try to actually map data to existing entity/create new entity (when I click create when adding new data integration project, right after setting automatic/manual refresh), I get unexpected error (please see attachment).
I am having the same issue with recieving an 'unexpected error' no matter how I try to get data in. I have even tried copying my data into the blank table option and still received the below error.
Is it not possible to load any data in using the community version?
@StephanieAria, we are investigating the issues around PowerApps Community Edition, we will let you know when we have something more concrete to share. Thanks for your patience.
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