Stream data disappearing from liveview unexpectedly

I have a newly generated resource and affiliated LiveView components that are almost entirely “stock”, generated using Phoenix 1.7. What I have is a table populated by items that displays odd behavior as I’m working with the data, with table entries disappearing in the front end.

When I start it looks like this:

After I edit one of those entries using the pop-up modal what I see is this:

If I click on the flash message to make it go away, this is what I now see:

As stated this is almost entirely “stock” generated code. This is the save function in the form_component for the Map object:

  defp save_map(socket, :edit, map_params) do
    case Maps.update_map(, map_params) do
      {:ok, map} ->
        notify_parent({:saved, map})

         |> put_flash(:info, "Map updated successfully")
         |> push_patch(to: format_url(socket.assigns.patch, map.slug))}

      {:error, %Ecto.Changeset{} = changeset} ->
        {:noreply, assign_form(socket, changeset)}

The handler code for the parent receiving the message is:

  def handle_info({DionysusWeb.MapLive.FormComponent, {:saved, map}}, socket) do
    {:noreply, stream_insert(socket, :maps, map)}

I have no other code modifying that stream (except for delete which isn’t being used here). This seems like fairly basic functionality so I’m wondering what exactly I’m doing wrong. Why are those table rows disappearing?

I have encountered this same problem today.

It appears that using push_patch or <link patch={patch} causes stream entries to become an empty list.

Can you add a handle_params callback function to your Live View that does something like IO.inspect(Enum.count(socket.assigns.streams.maps))? That is what I am doing and I see the count of stream entries as “0” after the patch.

i have the same issue. but in my case. page renders, stream elements are also rendered, but then they disappear.

my mount sets live_action based on one field, then i have handle_params like this:

  def handle_params(params, _url, socket) do
    {:noreply, apply_action(socket, socket.assigns.live_action, params)}
 defp apply_action(socket, :active, _params) do
    if connected?(socket),

    orders = socket.assigns.vendor_restaurant |> Delivery.list_restaurant_new_orders()
    new_orders_count = Enum.count(orders)

    |> stream(:orders, orders)
    |> assign(:new_orders_count, new_orders_count)

Make sure you have the required DOM attributes… I had this behavior too until adding the phx-update=“stream” on the parent DOM container and the DOM id on each element.