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i can get the name using getCurrentAppProperties() instead of using getCurrentAppName()
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Resolved the issue.
I wanted to isolate that the issue was the form in question, so I disabled it (using a stand in Main form), reran the export, and it got past the error.
I then set the form back to active and the issue somehow went away.
Yes, the views are stored in the entity savedquery, which has a CreatedBy attribute. You can either get this via Advanced Find (the entity is called 'View') or a FetchXml query
So summarize, If I use:
I'm using a REST connection,…
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