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Anonymous
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Switching between testing and production environment

Dear powerusers,
Last week i attended a app in a day course from Macaw, at the course i had to make a test environment.
After the course i started working on the app that my company wanted me to make, but i forgot to switch environments.

Now i have this concept i'm working on(picture 1), but i want to migrate it back to the production environment instead of the test environment.
I did everything like i've read online to migrate it properly, but the functions all disappeared (see picture 2).
Do i have to re-create the app in the production environment? or am i doing it wrong somehow?
Thanks for reading,
Danny.

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Anonymous
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someone on microsoft powerapps page on facebook helped me with this solution, ill post it here:
Hassan Elkhouli: Just open the app and press F12 it will save the app as file then open the app in the new environment as follow open new app then browse and choose the downloaded fill and save it 
That’t it

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Anonymous
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someone on microsoft powerapps page on facebook helped me with this solution, ill post it here:
Hassan Elkhouli: Just open the app and press F12 it will save the app as file then open the app in the new environment as follow open new app then browse and choose the downloaded fill and save it 
That’t it

Hi @Anonymous ,

 

Thanks for your post.

And the solution will be useful for who meet the same situation.

 

Best Regards.

Yumia

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