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Andy77
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Sharepoint Form don´t change after Save and Publish to Sharepoint

Hello together,

 

I have the Problem that I create a List on Sharepoint and than ckick on "New" to open the Form from the Site and than I open the Form with Power Apps. After I change some Lines and set some Code inside I Save the Form and Publish it back to Sharepoint. I refreh the Sharepoint-Site and open the Form, but it is still the original Form from Sharepoint. 

I look inside the Listoption and see on the Fromular-Configuration it´s inside that it should use the custom form. So this is not the Problem. But can tell me somebody what is the Problem here?

 

Thanks Andy77

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BlackLion
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It looks like you're experiencing an issue where your custom form in Power Apps is not being reflected when you try to access it through SharePoint.

 

You can some of the following steps to troubleshoot and try to resolve this issue:

 

1. Clear Browser Cache:

  • Sometimes, browser cache might prevent the updated form from loading. Clear your browser cache and cookies, then refresh the SharePoint site and try again.

2. Verify the Form Settings in SharePoint:

  • Go to your SharePoint list.
  • Click on "List settings".
  • Under "General Settings", click on "Form settings".
  • Ensure that "Use a custom form created in Power Apps" is selected. If it is already selected, you might try toggling it off and then back on to see if that forces the update.

3. Check Power Apps:

  • Open Power Apps and go to the app you created.
  • Ensure that all your changes are saved and published correctly. You can click on the “File” tab, then “Save” and “Publish” to make sure everything is updated and changes are being published.
  • Go to "Settings" > "Support" > "Session details" and look for any errors that might indicate why the changes are not taking effect.

4. Permissions:

  • Make sure you have the appropriate permissions to update and publish the form on the SharePoint site.
  • Check if there are any permission issues on the SharePoint list or Power Apps that might be preventing the updates or changes from being applied.

5. Check for Multiple Forms:

  • If there are multiple custom forms associated with the list, ensure that the correct or the main one is set as the default form.

6. Refresh Data Source:

  • In Power Apps, go to "View" > "Data sources", and refresh the SharePoint list data source to ensure that the latest data is being used.

7. Browser Compatibility:

  • Check if you are using a supported browser for SharePoint and Power Apps. Sometimes browser compatibility issues can cause an error.

8. Sync Issues:

  • Sometimes, there might be a delay in synchronization between Power Apps and SharePoint. Wait for a few minutes and then try again. (This always gets me, sharing from experience)

9. Inspect Developer Console: (if you don't know how to access ask for help)

  • Open the developer console (usually by pressing F12 in your browser) and look for any error messages that might indicate what is wrong when the form is being loaded.

10. Power Apps Environment:

  • Check if you are working in the correct Power Apps environment. Changes made in one environment won't reflect in another.

 

 

If after trying these steps the issue still persists, you might need to:

Recreate the form from scratch to see if the issue is specific to the form you initially created.

Hy BlackLion,

 

thanks for the Tips to solve the issue. I try all of your steps and at the End I find out that there 2 Forms for one List.

So it look likes the Problem is Point 5 from your List. But I can not find the different Version from the Form to this List. How can I set a different Version from a List as default? 

Thanks for all your Ideas. And for the Way to find the issue.

Andy

I hope this step-by-step guide to set the correct version of the form as the default in SharePoint using Power Apps, will help you resolve the issue

Step 1: Identify and Open the Correct Form in Power Apps
Open Power Apps Studio:

Select Your App:

  • From the home screen, select the app that is linked to your SharePoint list. If you don't see it immediately, you can search for it.

Navigate to the Form:

  • In the left-hand pane, you will see the different screens and forms associated with your app. Identify the form you want to set as the default.

you can follow this:

Step 1 : Set the Correct Form as Default in SharePoint
Go to Your SharePoint List:

  • Navigate to your SharePoint site and open the list for which you want to set the default form.

Access List Settings:

  • Click on the "Settings" icon (gear icon) in the top right corner.
  • Click on "List settings"

Form Settings:

  • Under "General Settings", click on "Form settings"

Choose the Correct Form:

  • You will see options to use the default SharePoint form or a custom form created in Power Apps.
    check  "Use a custom form created in Power Apps" is selected.

 

Step 2 Verify the Correct Form is Set as Default - This is very important
Check Custom Form Status:

  • Under the "Form settings" page, verify that the correct Power Apps form is selected. If there are multiple forms, make sure the one you want is chosen

Test the Form:

  • Go back to your SharePoint list.
  • Click on "New" to create a new item and ensure that the correct custom form opens.

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