Push operation has failed. See the PushResult for details error in while pushing to Azure Portal Easy tables

I'm working with Microsoft Azure portal offline sync using Xamarin Android. And I created an Easy Table in Azure portal and I tried to synchronize data with the Azure Mobile Apps instance with following line of code.

await userData.PullAsync("userdata", userData.CreateQuery());
                await Client.SyncContext.PushAsync();

While running the application I got the exception like Push operation has failed. See the PushResult for details and data is not synchronizing with Azure.

Can anybody help me to fix this!

Thanks!!

The "userdata" which I have given as a parameter to PullAsync() didn't match with Azure's EasyTable. Fixed it by giving the same name to the EasyTable name in azure portal.

Hope It helps for you also! :)

Azure/azure-mobile-apps-net-client, The "userdata" which I have given as a parameter to PullAsync() didn't match with Azure's EasyTable. Fixed it by giving the same name to the EasyTable name  Push operation has failed. See pushResult for details. I see my table from Azure portal and any item is added. Syncing Problems with Xamarin Forms and Azure Easy

Ensure that none of your fields are empty if your database does not allow for nulls

What MobileServicePushFailedExceptions am I getting. PushAsync , MobileServicePushFailedException: Push operation has failed. See the PushResult for details. at System.Runtime. With Easy Tables, the table schema is actually dynamically created as data is added. When I get a PushResult with an error, how can I selective delete just the one offending record? When I try to sync a second time, sometimes the rest show up but other times I get an exception. The InnerException says this: Push operation has failed. See the PushResult for details. The PushResult just shows which rows were problematic but doesn't provide any additional status information.

This error can happen because of 2 reasons(dont know the number is above 2):

  1. you are trying to push fields which are (empty/null/invalid symbol) and eazy tables/databases does not usually support null values.

  2. you are trying to push fields which is not in database schema.

Import and data ingestion in search indexes, Push operation has failed. See the PushResult for details error in while pushing to Azure Portal Easy tables. I'm working with Microsoft Azure portal offline sync  Mobile Services is deprecated - Use Mobile Apps instead - Azure/azure-mobile-services

Use Azure Easy Tables and the Mobile Apps SDK with Unity , This is what I get back. [0:] Push failed because of sync errors: 2 errors, message: Push operation has failed. See the PushResult for details. General push, device, error, and operation telemetry are available both in the Azure portal and programmatically. Per-message telemetry tracks each push from your initial request call to the Notification Hubs service successfully sending the pushes.

Replicate data to Azure SQL Database using Data Export Service , Populate and upload data to an index in Azure Cognitive Search from Table of contents of JSON documents can be pushed to an Azure Cognitive Search index, operations to be in sync with dynamic inventory databases), the push There is currently no tool support for pushing data via the portal. For more information, see Tutorial: Send notifications to Universal Windows Platform apps by using Azure Notification Hubs. Azure portal. To review and match the credentials with those you obtained from the push notification service developer portal, go to the Access Policies tab in the Azure portal. Verify registrations Visual Studio

Merge pull request #7763 from Azure/FromPrivateRepo , Easy Tables are a feature of Azure Mobile Apps that allow setup and You will see a notification in the Azure Portal when deployment has completed. Console window to confirm that none of the assertions have failed. The next sections will go into more detail explaining how the sample game works. Broadcast push notifications to everyone at once or target specific customer devices using the Notification Hubs tagging feature. Tags let you segment customers based on activity, interest, location, or preference, so you deliver the right content to the right person at the right time.

Comments
  • Did you ever figure this out? (I have the same issue - and strangely I think this used to work.)
  • how does changes made in pullasync solves a push error?