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beniwal
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Delegation issue with lookUp formula

Hi, I am getting the delegation waring for the below formula :

 

LookUp('[dbo].[Person]', email1=User().Email || email2=User().Email || email3=User().Email,PersonID)

 

I am using SQL server On-premise, This "person" table contains more than 2000 records.

 

Whereas the below formula is working perfectly fine:

 

LookUp('[dbo].[Person]',email1=ThisItem.UserName || email2=ThisItem.UserName || email3=ThisItem.UserName,PersonID)

 

 

Please suggest how to avoid it 

 

Thanks in advance!

 

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beniwal
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Re: Delegation issue with lookUp formula

Hi @timl 

 

Thank you, it worked 🙂

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Re: Delegation issue with lookUp formula

Hi @beniwal 

You can overcome this problem by storing the user email address in a variable in the OnStart property of your app, or OnVisible property of your screen.

Set(UserEmail, User().Email)

You can then modify your LookUp function so that it refers to the variable instead.

LookUp('[dbo].[Person]', email1=UserEmail || email2=UserEmail || email3=UserEmail, PersonID)
beniwal
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Re: Delegation issue with lookUp formula

Hi @timl 

 

Thank you, it worked 🙂

View solution in original post

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