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CraigFeg
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Filter Gallery Based On Field Value

Hi,

 

I have a scenario in which I have 3 seperate galleries on one page (see below). 1 gallery is to show Pending, 1 to show Rejected and 1 to show Approved requests. I have a SharePoint list with a Request Status column also which is a 'Choice' field with options of Pending, Rejected and Approved. 

 

I am trying to make a filter for each gallery to show to respective requests as demonstrated below. Can anyone advise of the logic for the filter? 

 

Leave Gallery.JPG

 

Thanks

 

Craig

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Super User
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Re: Filter Gallery Based On Field Value

In the Items property of each of the galleries try this:

 

Filter([SP Data Source], RequestStatus.Value = "Pending") - change the status value for each of the galleries

 

Now this may not be the best solution because you will get a blue dot indicating that this function can't be delegated. Choice columns can't be delegated in SharePoint, so it will only be able to run against the first 500 records and you will probably take a little performance hit.

 

 



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strategery
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Re: Filter Gallery Based On Field Value

When you initially create the gallery you choose the datasource. I'll assume you've already done that, and I will attempt to fill in some blanks by assuming what you want to show is something like an employee name?

 

Assume your Sharepoint list is named "SharePointList",

assume you have a column in the list for "Name" which is what you wish to show in the gallery,

and the column you've already mentioned "Request Status".

 

Select the gallery, change the "Items" to be this for "Pending" as an example:

Filter(SharePointList,'Request Status'="Pending").Name

 

"Filter" gives all records with Request Status = Pending, add .Name at the end so the gallery knows which field you wish to display.

Super User
Super User

Re: Filter Gallery Based On Field Value

In the Items property of each of the galleries try this:

 

Filter([SP Data Source], RequestStatus.Value = "Pending") - change the status value for each of the galleries

 

Now this may not be the best solution because you will get a blue dot indicating that this function can't be delegated. Choice columns can't be delegated in SharePoint, so it will only be able to run against the first 500 records and you will probably take a little performance hit.

 

 



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