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Modifying Case Management Template to pull in/filter certain cases from Salesforce

I have created an app from the case manager template in Powerapps that pulls Cases from Salesforce to display. I very simply changed the Data -> Content choice from The CDS database to salesforce cases and updated the fields to reflect the relevant case data. It successfully pulls in cases, but is currently grabbing the 500 oldest cases (not relevant), while I want the newest ones.

 

How can I get the newest cases to load into my app? I would like cases from the last 7 days to start.  

 

I have read a bit about using collections to get more than 500 records, which sounded promising, but haven't been successful implementing it with the limited documentation on the matter. 

 

Thanks in Advance!

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Re: Modifying Case Management Template to pull in/filter certain cases from Salesforce

PowerApps has a limitation to use 500 records at a time to increase performance. 

When you are pulling cases from Salesforce consider Delegation to limit the number of cases pulled

 

You can read about delegation and what functions can be delegated here:

https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/tutorials/delegation-list/

https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/tutorials/delegation-overview/

 

If in your case you want to see the most recent 500 records you can use SortByColumn which is delegatable to SalesForce database and sort by date to get most recent records only.

 

I imagine gallery function would be something like this:

SortByColumns('SalesForceDataSource',"DateColumn",Descending)

Also you can delegate Filter function with which you can specify which records to pull.

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Anonymous
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Re: Modifying Case Management Template to pull in/filter certain cases from Salesforce

PowerApps has a limitation to use 500 records at a time to increase performance. 

When you are pulling cases from Salesforce consider Delegation to limit the number of cases pulled

 

You can read about delegation and what functions can be delegated here:

https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/tutorials/delegation-list/

https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/tutorials/delegation-overview/

 

If in your case you want to see the most recent 500 records you can use SortByColumn which is delegatable to SalesForce database and sort by date to get most recent records only.

 

I imagine gallery function would be something like this:

SortByColumns('SalesForceDataSource',"DateColumn",Descending)

Also you can delegate Filter function with which you can specify which records to pull.

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Anonymous
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Re: Modifying Case Management Template to pull in/filter certain cases from Salesforce

Works like a charm! thank you!

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