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I have a PowerApps Portal Web Template that makes several fetchxml queries. Making matters worse is that these fetches are nested within markup, and often within a for-loop--we're talking somewhere in the realm of > O(N^4). If the data entities are too large the fetch takes far too long (as you can imagine) and the request times out, at which point the page displays an application runtime error notification.
The long term solution is to refactor the page to improve load and runtime performance. However, I'm trying to come up with a temporary fix we can implement while we wait for the refactor. Is there any way we can increase the time limit for http requests in a Power Apps Portals?
Hello, here you can find information about the limitations of the requests and the times: docs.microsoft.com/.../api-request-limits-allocations
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Thank you, Esteban. Docs are always my favorite answers!
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