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ComboBox - Expected table value error

I have 3 fields:

Dropdown1.Items = "A", "B", "C"

 

These 2 fields are in the same card

TextInput1

Default = If(Dropdown1.Selected.Value="A",Parent.Default,ComboBox1.Selected.Result)

ComboBox1

DefaultSelectedItems property: If(Dropdown1.selected.value = "B",Parent.Default,Blank())

 

However, in the combobox1 im getting the following error message: "Expected Table value" since the parent.default value does not exist in the Combobox1 items (source). How do i fix this issue? 

Ps. This worked fine when i had a dropdown instead of a combobox, but due to the number of items i had to switch so the user could use the search function.

 

 

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Re: ComboBox - Expected table value error

Hi @avicadolui 

I think the problem is more likely because the DefaultSelectedItems property expects a table value. This is because with a ComboBox, multiple items can be selected.

Therefore, for the DefaultSelectedItems property, I'd try something like this to see if it fixes the issue:

 

If(Dropdown1.selected.value = "B",
Table({Value:Parent.Default}),
Blank()
)

 

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Super User
Super User

Re: ComboBox - Expected table value error

Hi @avicadolui 

I think the problem is more likely because the DefaultSelectedItems property expects a table value. This is because with a ComboBox, multiple items can be selected.

Therefore, for the DefaultSelectedItems property, I'd try something like this to see if it fixes the issue:

 

If(Dropdown1.selected.value = "B",
Table({Value:Parent.Default}),
Blank()
)

 

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