Jul 30 2021 12:33 PM
Jul 30 2021 12:33 PM
I am formatting a SharePoint List Form following the Microsoft documentation Configure the list form | Microsoft Docs
Both the Form Header & Footer work well. However the Body does not! It simply won't show when "Preview" is pressed and I get no errors on my JSON (copied below). I have tried to create more sections with less fields, but still - simply nothing happens! No error message nothing, when I click "Preview".
If I click "Save" it simply closes the form and when I open it again the JSON is gone.
Can someone help?
I want to avoid creating a new form using PowerApps Integration as the changes we want are quite simple!
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Dec 08 2021 12:11 AM
Jan 19 2022 06:28 PM
Jan 19 2022 07:01 PM
Jan 19 2022 07:07 PM
@UnsuckM365 what happens is that once you save, extra syntax commas and brackets are added that makes its invalid, the way around that was to paste in Visual Studio Code or something similar where it can recognize JSON syntax and error out the ones that are not matching up and fix it there then copy it back but this is not a solution for sure because if you change anything it will do that again but if you dont it will stay the same.
Jan 20 2022 12:37 PM
Feb 17 2022 04:39 PM
@Rosalia Dias I've been experiencing this issue a lot lately and it's never clear why. Some sites run fine with even higher complexity. I think the forms just get corrupt occasionally.
I have found a fix and I like it a lot. I was using a list with the content types not being editable.
So far its been working perfectly. I have tried so many methods. No content will be included so you may have to back it up so that you can add it back.
Feb 18 2022 03:29 AM
Feb 22 2022 10:10 AM
Didn't realize there was a thread on this already, started a new one few weeks ago.
@Blue_Brumie - Turning off the sync from list settings worked for me too.
I've been working with MS Support on multiple issues and the fix they recommended, disabling the sync - Lists sync policies - SharePoint in Microsoft 365 | Microsoft Docs, also fixed other issues we've been having so far. After adding DisableNucleusSync, dword:1 as stated in the document, the formatting now sticks for all the lists I was having issues with. We will be testing with more users this week. It will need to get pushed out however to all the users once tested.
Mar 03 2022 03:42 PM - edited Mar 03 2022 03:44 PM
@UnsuckM365 Oh thank you! Hasn't solved the problem, but at least I know why some of my lists work and others don't. It's those with Content Types allowed that aren't working for me too!
For my other lists the extra step of pressing Save and then F5 before closing the form does help make the changes 'stick' as well.
Apr 01 2022 01:56 PM - edited Apr 01 2022 01:58 PM
YES, thank you so much for this! Tried different browsers, clearing the cache, etc. Sometimes the formatting would come back, but more often than not I was just wasting my time and nothing would change. Disabling offline availability fixed it immediately, so I'm curious to see if it stays that way now, or if I'll need to toggle it periodically. Either way, this is likely gonna save me a tonne of time!
Aug 16 2022 11:40 AM
@ganeshsanap I have been seeing this problem intermittently. I have a calendar that I'm styling. When the calendar styling is incorrect then the form styling can't be updated. Closing the related pages, clearing the cache, and a brief pause seems to help. I've been using Edge. I may try Chrome.