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mattbell
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Connection resets when creating environment variable

Hi

When I create a data source environment variable, I select Account 2 as the connection.  I am then presented with 3 sites which that account has access to, of which I select one for the current site value.

It saves fine, but when I go back in to edit I am presented with an error message "We are unable to find the site. Please try selecting a site address from the dropdown or use a different connection.", and the connection is now using Account 1 (which doesn't have access to the site previously selected for current site value.

If it's relevant, Account 1 appears first in the list of connections.

I have tried this in a different solution, different environment, tried creating the environment variable automatically in a canvas app, recreated the connection which uses Account 2.  All experienced the same problem.

 

Please can anyone help?

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Hi

Kind of.  It appears to be a user interface bug because the environment variables actually work; editing them has the bug.  Try creating the EV, then use it in an application to see if it works.

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Rigsby
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I have the same issue. Any solution found?

Hi

Kind of.  It appears to be a user interface bug because the environment variables actually work; editing them has the bug.  Try creating the EV, then use it in an application to see if it works.

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