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irsimeonov
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Minimising the impact of non-delegatable functions

Hi

 

My app is working with SharePoint lists. The Filter() function can delegate quite a few things back to those lists, however, context variables are not one of them. Does using double Filter() as shown below minimse the risk of getting suboptimal results and would you recommend it? I.e. if the inner Filter() that uses only delegatable functions returns a table that contains fewer than 500 items, then the outer Filter() would return the correct set of records filtered by the non-delegatable functions, is this correct?

 

Filter(

         Filter(SharePointList,

                  delegatable functions

         ),

non-delegatable functions

)

 

Thanks

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Community Support Team

Re: Minimising the impact of non-delegatable functions

Hi irsimeonov,

 

The double Filter() can be used and worked in your situation. Your understanding is correct. For Filter function related information, you can also refer to:

https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/tutorials/function-filter-lookup/

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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