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Canvas app code component error "Couldn't import components" - 365 Community

Canvas app code component error "Couldn't import components"

If you are developing code components (PCF) for canvas apps you’ll be used to using the ‘Get more components’ panel. When adding the code-component to the canvas app, occasionally you will receive the somewhat unhelpful error:

Couldn’t import components

 There are no more details provided in the expanded down arrow area:

I’m put this here for my future self (who always seems to forget…

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Canvas app code component error “Couldn’t import components”

If you are developing code components (PCF) for canvas apps you’ll be used to using the ‘Get more components’ panel. When adding the code-component to the canvas app, occasionally you will receive the somewhat unhelpful error: Couldn’t import components There are no more details provided in the expanded down arrow area: I’m put this here for my future self (who always seems to forget about this issue) and anyone else who comes across this error.

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Author: Scott Durow

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