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AGS94
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Hiding Blank Records in Gallery

 

I have a gallery with a datasource FavMix which is an Excel table on OneDrive. There are several blank rows in this table which are showing up as blank records within the gallery that I would like to hide. One of the column names is MixName I have the following formula within the Visible property of the gallery:

 

Filter(FavMix,!IsBlank(MixName))

I have tried several different ways of doing this filter based on other posts with similar issues but continue to get errors.

 

The error I am getting is: Expected Boolean value.

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Super User
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Re: Hiding Blank Records in Gallery

@AGS94 

I think you'll want to put your code in the Items property of the gallery instead.

 

Filter(FavMix,!IsBlank(MixName))

 

The Visible property of the gallery makes the entire gallery Visible or Not Visible.  It accepts only true or false as an argument.  You are getting an error because the Filter() function returns a table. 

 

The Items property controls what records are shown in the gallery.  It accept Table values as an argument.  By using the Filter() function here you are only showing rows that meet the criteria you defined.

 

You have the right idea, you're just using the incorrect property to try to achieve it.

 

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Dual Super User
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Re: Hiding Blank Records in Gallery

Hi @AGS94 

 

Screenshot of error and where is it ocurring

 

 

Super User
Super User

Re: Hiding Blank Records in Gallery

@AGS94 

I think you'll want to put your code in the Items property of the gallery instead.

 

Filter(FavMix,!IsBlank(MixName))

 

The Visible property of the gallery makes the entire gallery Visible or Not Visible.  It accepts only true or false as an argument.  You are getting an error because the Filter() function returns a table. 

 

The Items property controls what records are shown in the gallery.  It accept Table values as an argument.  By using the Filter() function here you are only showing rows that meet the criteria you defined.

 

You have the right idea, you're just using the incorrect property to try to achieve it.

 

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