I tried the following:Tabelle1_1 is a table from a connection:LocBVGewerke is the collection.
ClearCollect(LocBVGewerke; Defaults(Tabelle1_1));;SaveData(LocBVGewerke; "LocBVGewerke");;
best would be also to filter the data before load into the collection - for example: ForAll(Tabelle1_1, If( condition on table, .... )ANY IDEA ????
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Found Solution ! inkl. store on the device! Clear(LocBVGewerke);;ClearCollect(LocBVGewerke; Filter( Tabelle1_1; Value(blnr)=Value(BLDropDown.Selected.BLNR) ));;SaveData(LocBVGewerke; "LocBVGewerke");;
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I have the same problem here, but I want to input only four columns at the collection.
Do you have some idea about how to to it?
Best regards from Brazil.
Use DropColumns(Filter('your source';'your filter');"first column name to drop";"second column name to drop")
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