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agrawa1a
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PowerApp Portal Does not Display Main View

Hello,

 

I am a Novice, learning to design a Powerapp portal. I have created a custom Table called Loan(s) with a view to capture some loan information. I have modified the main view titled "Information" to capture the required data after creating the appropriate table columns. The attached view "Loan" shows a sample of the layout in the "Information" view. 

 

When I add a page to the Portal, and Add a Form - I setup the Name, Table, and the view. However, what I see is not what I designed. It seems to be one of the defaults view, as result of either creating the table or the Portal app. 

 

After further investigation - it seems to be showing the "card" view for the "information" rather than the Main. 

 

I did something similar with the existing "Contacts" table having modified the Main "Information" view, and that works fine - albeit the fields within the view are not aligned. Any suggestions on how to fix this?

 

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Fubar
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Solution Sage

FYI: what you are calling a View is a Form (important as Views are something else).

 

Possibly a couple of things

  • Make sure that you have Published the DataVerse Form that you have created/updated
  • On your portal Basic Form definition make sure that the correct Form is selected
  • If the correct form is selected, Clear the Portal Cache, in the new interface there is a Synchronize button or from the Portal login as a user with the "Administrators" Web Role assigned and press the clear cache button from <your_portal_url>/_services/about page

I generally work in the Portal Management App, and for the basic form you need to check that the circled area is populated with the form you want to use

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Thanks for replying Fubar. 

1. Done

2. Done via Synchronise button

3. Done - See attached

 

The problem still persists unfortunately

 

Ankur

 

Fubar
Solution Sage
Solution Sage

Couple of other things to try

  • Try the _services/about to try to clear the cache
  • Double check the Web Page's "local content" record is pointing to the correct Basic Form (and that there is only 1 local content record, unless you have multi language implemented)
  • Do full clear of the browsers cache F12 and then right click the browser refresh icon (will give you a full clear cache option that is only available when the browsers debug/console is open)
  • Make an update on the Web Page (e.g. update the page content) and also do a Portal Cache refresh
  • Make an update on the DataVerse Form and also do Publish and a Portal Cache refresh

 

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