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Syndicate_Admin
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Unable to resolve "'AttributeCollection' contains non-unique item names" error.

Hello,

 

When attempting to transfer data from a Sharepoint Online List to a Dataverse table, I encountered this error:

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Despite trying numerous methods to fix this error, including assigning different primary keys to select for, I still was met with this same screen no matter what. Any advice? Thanks! 

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xzmiche
Resolver I
Resolver I

from the warning window, the message tells us below information:

1. You Dataverse table set field validation rules

2. The field "AttributeCollection" was set unique

3. You try to upload non-unique items

 

Proposal: check Sharepoint List field "AttributeCollection" whether it contains duplication items. 

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Syndicate_Admin
Administrator
Administrator

For me the source somehow had two fields differing only in case, i.e  Id and ID. Removing one of these in the PowerQuery interface resolved the problem. 

Syndicate_Admin
Administrator
Administrator

I am trying to do the same thing and have the same message, I don't see how this answer helps. 

 

There is no field "AttributeCollection" in either the source or the dataverse table. 

 

If there is a field validation error, why can't it tell me which field is failing validation. 

 

xzmiche
Resolver I
Resolver I

from the warning window, the message tells us below information:

1. You Dataverse table set field validation rules

2. The field "AttributeCollection" was set unique

3. You try to upload non-unique items

 

Proposal: check Sharepoint List field "AttributeCollection" whether it contains duplication items. 

View solution in original post

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