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Madders
Level: Power Up

Binding a lookup field

Hi Guys,

 

Looking to bind a lookup field I have created to D365 CE.

 

I manage to create the field and have the list of names drop down, but when I go to submit the form, I get the following error message:

 

"Value must be a data entity record"

 

I have added the correct databases to the PowerApp.

 

Any help would be greatful.

 

Thanks

 

 

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Ali_Nawaz
Level: Powered On

Re: Binding a lookup field

Hi, 

Try this formula.
Place the formula in the Update property of your dropdown datacard (Lookup field coulmn datacard).  
LookUp(Table_Oppotunities,Project = DataCardValue3.Selected.Project)

Table_Oppotunities  = Dat Source
Project = Column Name
DatacardValue3 = DatacardName


Regards, 
Ali Nawaz

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Re: Binding a lookup field

Ali_Nawaz
Level: Powered On

Re: Binding a lookup field

Hi, 

Try this formula.
Place the formula in the Update property of your dropdown datacard (Lookup field coulmn datacard).  
LookUp(Table_Oppotunities,Project = DataCardValue3.Selected.Project)

Table_Oppotunities  = Dat Source
Project = Column Name
DatacardValue3 = DatacardName


Regards, 
Ali Nawaz

View solution in original post

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