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rbunge
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Bug in model-driven app views with URLs since last update?

Just this week started noticing an apparent bug in model-driven app views that have URLs without https:// prefix.

 

Tried to find where to report in GitHub but didn't see an appropriate place, so thought I'd start here.

 

Scenario:

--Dataverse table with URL field

    * some records have https:// preceding the link text, some do not

--Model-driven app view that surfaces the URL field

 

Behavior:

--Expected: click on the link and navigate to URL destination

--Actual: when click on link without https:// prefix, the system is prepending https:// <organization name> . crm . dynamics . com/ followed by the link text, which leads to an error

 

View showing some with prefix, some without:

 

rbunge_4-1651071338541.png

 

 

When hovering over the link without the prefix, the tooltip at the cursor displays the correct link text (as it appears in the record itself)

 

rbunge_5-1651071367638.png

 

However, the text that appears at the bottom of the screen (showing where it will actually navigate) shows the wrong destination link (with prepended org[.]crm[.]dynamics[.]com)

 

rbunge_6-1651071429685.png

 

When clicked, it results in an error:

 

rbunge_7-1651071530903.png

 

Notes & observations:

--When a link without the https:// prefix is manually entered into the field, the system automatically adds it and the above behavior is not observed

--When the field is automatically populated (e.g. Power Automate flow or Canvas App) without the prefix, the system does not populate it and the error behavior above results

 
 
 
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