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when I run my SPFx webpart solution in the local- or hosted- Workbench, everything seems OK. The data received from lists is displayed correctly, e.g. Freddy, Prayer request, Prayer for money, Food parcel, Appeared hungry. When I package and install the solution, a colon : is added to each retrieved text.

Hosted Workbench using the same list as source: Hosted Workbench using the same list as source

Packaged solution using the same list as source: Packaged solution using the same list as source

The strange field names are

  • Title: Prayer request / Food parcel
  • V3Comments: Prayer for money / Appeared hungry
  • Nickname: Freddy

    My function to retrieve the items looks as follows:

    private _getItems(requester: SPHttpClient): Promise<IInteractionLogItem[]> {
            const queryString: string = `?$select=Id,Title,Confidential1,Nickname,CallTime,` + 
      `Created,Modified,ReferredBy,Interaction_x0020_from_x0020_cli,Client_x0020_Satisfaction,Staff_x0020_Satisfaction,V3Comments,Interaction_x0020_Method,` +
      `Author/Id,Author/Title,Author/EMail,Client/Id,Client/Title,Client/EMail&` +
      `$expand=Author,Client`;
    const queryUrl: string = this._listItemsUrl + queryString;
    
    return requester.get(queryUrl, SPHttpClient.configurations.v1)
      .then((response: SPHttpClientResponse) => {
        return response.json();
      })
      .then((json: { value: IInteractionLogItem[] }) => {
        return json.value.map((interactionLog: IInteractionLogItem) => {
          const returnItem: IInteractionLogItem = 
          { 
            Id: interactionLog.Id, 
            Title: interactionLog.Title, 
            CallTime: interactionLog.CallTime,
            ClientSatisfaction: interactionLog['Client_x0020_Satisfaction'],            
            Confidential: interactionLog['Confidential1'],
            Created: interactionLog.Created,
            InteractionMethod: interactionLog['Interaction_x0020_Method'],
            Modified: interactionLog.Modified,
            Nickname: interactionLog.Nickname,
            StaffSatisfaction: interactionLog['Staff_x0020_Satisfaction'],
            V3Comments: interactionLog.V3Comments,
            ReferredBy: interactionLog.ReferredBy,
            InteractionFromClient: interactionLog['Interaction_x0020_from_x0020_cli'],
    
            Client: interactionLog.Client,
            CreatedBy: interactionLog['Author'],
            AssignedTo: interactionLog.AssignedTo,
            ResolvedBy: interactionLog.ResolvedBy,
            Referrer: interactionLog.Referrer
          };
    
          returnItem.CreatedBy.Picture = this._getPictureUrl(returnItem.CreatedBy.EMail);
          returnItem.Client.Picture = this._getPictureUrl(returnItem.Client.EMail);
          return returnItem;
        });
      });
    }
    

I am confused where to start, as debugging in the working Workbench seems pointless to me. I got no idea how to debug the installed package. I followed the official React-Todo-Basic and React-Todo samples.

Any help is valued and appreciated, Dennis

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I had a similar issue. I found that any text within a <label> element will have a : (colon) at the end.

There is a CSS definition on the page, which does this

label::after {
content: ":"; }

I used <div> with some custom CSS instead of <label> tags. Or you can override the CSS definition to not show : (colon).

Note, that <label> doesn't show colons in workbench.

Hope this helps.

  • Thank you, that is exactly it, it was only showing with Labels. I added label::after { content: ""; } to my CSS and the colon disappeared on the packaged webpart. – Dennis Kuhn Jul 5 '17 at 21:46
  • I created an issue/question at GitHub /SharePoint/sp-dev-fx-webparts/issues/254 about the inconsistent behaviour. I hope that;s the right place :-) – Dennis Kuhn Jul 5 '17 at 22:44
  • Using label::after { content ""; } was a bit rough :-) It caused the Tick of the Checkbox to disappear. I use it now on a per Label css class basis, e.g. for the timestamp class .timestamp::after { content: ""; } . I add this before the the .timestamp{ .... rules definition. – Dennis Kuhn Jul 6 '17 at 17:47
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    Yes Dennis. Thats the reason I though its better to replace the necessary <label> tags with <div>. So that, it gives us more control without effecting any other elements on the page. – Ram Jul 7 '17 at 2:58

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