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jtlivio
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FormProcessor.FormContent TABLE

Hi, I'm trying to get an item from a Table, but give me error:

 

FormProcessor.FormContent.Tables.table_0.Quantity

 

Maybe there is a quick workaround in order to display?

 

Thanks,

Joao

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PowerApps Staff JoeF-MSFT
PowerApps Staff

Re: FormProcessor.FormContent TABLE

Hi @jtlivio,

 

To display all the values in the quantity column, what you could do is insert a Data table control and set its Items property to FormProcessor.FormContent.Tables.table_0. Then on the properties panel on the right you can choose the Quantity column as the one to display. 

 

If you want to retrieve a single value from the Quantity table, you can use some of the builtin functions available in Power Apps like First which retrieves the first value in the column. You would need to write the following formula on a text control: First( FormProcessor.FormContent.Tables.table_0 ).Quantity

 

Let us know if this helpful our you are trying to achieve something different.

 

To better illustrate the above proposals, have a look at the following gif: 

 

Untitled Project.gif

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antoinec
Level: Power Up

Re: FormProcessor.FormContent TABLE

Hi Joao,

Could you please share more information about the error you're getting? Is there a specific error message?

Can you also share a screenshot of the fields your model is configured to output? Is the table recognized when you quick test your model from the model details page?

Thanks

jtlivio
Level: Power Up

Re: FormProcessor.FormContent TABLE

Hi, it's the way how to reference the field, since have muiltiple instances.

 

Image is attached, Field from the table is not assumed, give error.

 

Thanks

PowerApps Staff JoeF-MSFT
PowerApps Staff

Re: FormProcessor.FormContent TABLE

Hi @jtlivio,

 

To display all the values in the quantity column, what you could do is insert a Data table control and set its Items property to FormProcessor.FormContent.Tables.table_0. Then on the properties panel on the right you can choose the Quantity column as the one to display. 

 

If you want to retrieve a single value from the Quantity table, you can use some of the builtin functions available in Power Apps like First which retrieves the first value in the column. You would need to write the following formula on a text control: First( FormProcessor.FormContent.Tables.table_0 ).Quantity

 

Let us know if this helpful our you are trying to achieve something different.

 

To better illustrate the above proposals, have a look at the following gif: 

 

Untitled Project.gif

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jtlivio
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Re: FormProcessor.FormContent TABLE

Thank You

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