New Bug Encountered: Column Regeneration does not assign column header correctly

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(Levent Kulacoglu) #1

@tony
When we add a column to app’s gSheet back-end and perform a column structure regeneration, instead of the column header in the gSheet, it’s assigning it as Column_i (i being the column’s index number) to the table. Can you check this issue if it’s a bug? Thanks.

(Eli) #2

What were you trying to name the coming header in question and what are the names of your other column headers?

(Levent Kulacoglu) #3

@Elijah_Magrane
I believe my query is quite crystal clear. Say I just inserted a column in my gSheet as Column D, named it as [ZIP], regen’d the column structure, and the editor adds this new column as Column_4 instead of ZIP. More clear now?

(Aleksi Alkio) #4

And you don’t have that name already in your table structure?

(Levent Kulacoglu) #5

@Aleksi
Affirmative. I will try to take a GIF videocast.

(Levent Kulacoglu) #6

@tony @Aleksi
Here is the screencast for you showcasing the problem.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GLVWNFwykxRUiy4HUEFKQg80-JOmdriM/view?usp=sharing

(Philip Garrett) #7

Hi Levent,

I strong suspect that is something unique about the Google sheet or the way Google is exporting it as a .xlsx file that is causing this problem.

We will need to debug using exactly the AppSheet application and Google worksheet you are using.

Please submit a bug through the support channel and provide:

  1. The account id.
  2. The app name
  3. The table name
  4. The exact steps to reproduce the problem
(Levent Kulacoglu) #8

Thanks @Phil, will do that.