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rgparisoto
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Another way to see an Item on a ViewForm

Hi guys! What's up?

 

I'm having a trouble here and want to try for a help with you.

 

Let me explain:

I have a gallery with the table called 'records' that have a PK number 1.

At another page on PowerApps, I have a viewform with another table called 'records2' that has a FK number 1 (same as the item I've selected at gallery before.

 

Are there any way to see the item from the second table (records2) using the information from the first table (records)?

 

I you don't understood me please tell me.

 

Best regards,

 

Robson Parisoto.

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Re: Another way to see an Item on a ViewForm

@rgparisoto 

Sure...in your Form, set the datasource to records2

Then set your Item property to Lookup(records2, ID=Galleryx.Selected.ID)

 

Of source you'll need to adjust your names and columns to fit your data and app, but this will give you what you want.

 

I hope that is helpful.

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Re: Another way to see an Item on a ViewForm

@rgparisoto 

Sure...in your Form, set the datasource to records2

Then set your Item property to Lookup(records2, ID=Galleryx.Selected.ID)

 

Of source you'll need to adjust your names and columns to fit your data and app, but this will give you what you want.

 

I hope that is helpful.

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rgparisoto
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Re: Another way to see an Item on a ViewForm

Works perfectly my friend!

Thank you so much!

Regards,

Robson.

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