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CountRows incorrectwith dataverse table



I am trying a very simple countrows function with dataverse table name but it is definitely incorrect.  I have 649 rows in table and it says 850.  I have refreshed (both sides)and disconnected table to powerapps and reconnected, but it still shows the wrong count.


Anyone else had this issue?

Super User
Super User

Hi @MichelleH,


Did you confirm the 649 rows represented the entire set and was not filtered to show just Active records? You can confirm by querying the table via the Dataverse Web API.


To do so, go to to the maker portal. Under Dataverse, Tables,  select your table. Next to Table Properties, select Tools, then API link to table data. In the new window that opens, modify the url in the address bar by removing "top=10" and replace it with "count=true". In the JSON result on the page, find "@odata.count", which will tell you the record count.


Note that the query only returns 5,000 records at a time, so if you have less rows than that in the table then that count is the total.


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Super User
Super User

Hi @MichelleH 


Try below steps to find out how many records available


Navigate to

Select Respective environment

Click Gear icon at the top of menu bar

Select Advance Settings

Once the Page loaded click Filter icon at the top(Advance find)

Select LOOKFOR as Table name

Remove all the condition and click Result 


By this way you can able to see the count of Table Rows


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