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jan_kostejn
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PowerApps Components (Custom Controls) on forms

Have someone tried to include custom control on a form , pack this form and custom control into a solution, and then deploy this solution to another environment?
If so, did you see the control on the form in the model driven app?

In our case, we weren't able to see the control (import and everything went fine, but it wasn't displaying on the form).
Any ideas? Does the control need to be included in the model-driven app somehow? I'll try to look more into it and post updates here.

 

Thanks!

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HemantG
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This should work. Can you check your exported solution and formXML to ensure the content. Do you see the components in the target org. If this does not work please share the solution from your org including any preview sample control and we can take a look. 

Hello HemantG,

 

I made sure that the definition is in FormXML. We are using DevOps, so we can track every change easily. That was not it.

Now it works somehow- no changes were made. Maybe it was some glitch, that was repaired? I'm not really sure, but it works as it should right now.
Thanks.

Glad, it's all working for you now. Thanks !
randy143
Frequent Visitor

Hello Hemanth G,

 

Having issue on rendering the progress bar control on the dynamics CRM form. I got build the solution and working locally via "npm start" but after packaging the solution and import into CRM, it is not rendering on the form.

Could you please help me on this ?

 

Thanks,

Randy

 

Are you trying it on the unified interface, PCF controls are not supported on the legacy interface.

Cross check the form field and make sure that the control is marked for web and customizations are published. Is this OOB sample control ?

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