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Helper II
Helper II

Solution import error while migration in power apps portal

Hello Experts,

 

I have one power apps portal application, that I need to migrate to the production environment.

for that, I have created the solution and added the entities in my solution then exported the solution as a .zip file.

But when I am trying to import the same zip file into my production environment. I am getting the below error.

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There are missing dependencies...

please provide a solution to get rid of this error.

 

Also, I need to migrate all the web pages, entities, entity forms, entity lists from the trial environment to the production environment.

 

any documentation or set of steps to migrate everything from the trial environment to the production environment will be really grateful.

 

any quick response is really appreciable.

 

Regards,

Pranesh 

 

 

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Great @praneshJ

Can you unblur that snapshot there? it is probably missing components within your solution

 

in terms of managed/unmanaged, do you understand the differences? this is probably very common if you are familiar with D365, but if you are new to all these it can get confusing. There are a lot of articles online and lots of controversies among the community, I personally like having managed in any non-DEV environment, but if you are unsure or not comfortable, I would recommend going for unmanaged




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Super User II
Super User II

Hi

 

You need first to make sure the Portals is provisioned in your target environment. Did you provision the Portals?


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Solution Supplier
Solution Supplier

Hi @praneshJ,

You don't actually move the solution files - those configurations only need to be moved if you've customized the Portal entities. You'll want to migrate the actual data, typically using Microsoft's supported (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/maker/portals/admin/migrate-portal-configuration) method with the Configuration Migration Tool or, preferred for most developer's, XrmToolBox's Portal Records Mover.

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Hi @OliverRodrigues ,

 

Thanks for your quick response.

 

I have now provisioned a portal in your target environment and tried importing the solution .zip file into my target environment, still getting the below error.

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I tried exporting the solution using both the types: Managed and Unmanaged, but no luck.

Please comment on this.

 

Regards,

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Great @praneshJ

Can you unblur that snapshot there? it is probably missing components within your solution

 

in terms of managed/unmanaged, do you understand the differences? this is probably very common if you are familiar with D365, but if you are new to all these it can get confusing. There are a lot of articles online and lots of controversies among the community, I personally like having managed in any non-DEV environment, but if you are unsure or not comfortable, I would recommend going for unmanaged




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Power Apps Portals Super User


Oliver Rodrigues


 

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