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CH2035
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Patch with transition function

Hi guys.
i'm trying to add a Transition to another screen "Navigate(FillSheet00, ScreenTransition.Fade);" 

but i don't know how to fit it in this line:

Patch(Table1;First(Filter(Table1;'IDClient'=IDClientDrop01.Selected.Result));
If(IsEmpty(Errors(Table1; Defaults(Table1)));
{Review:ReviewTextBox00.Text;Status:StatusChangeDrop00.Selected.Result}))

 

This sentence it´s locate Onselect button.

 

Am very sorry for asking this i'm very green with coding i tried hours how to fit in this Patch sentence.

Regards.

 

ps: sorry for my english

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Patch with transition function

Hi @CH2035 ,

I've noticed that your separator is ";" inside function, could you tell me your separator between formulas?

I suggest you try ";;".

Try this:

Patch(Table1;First(Filter(Table1;'IDClient'=IDClientDrop01.Selected.Result));
If(IsEmpty(Errors(Table1; Defaults(Table1)));
{Review:ReviewTextBox00.Text;StatusSmiley FrustratedtatusChangeDrop00.Selected.Result}));;

Navigate(FillSheet00, ScreenTransition.Fade)

 

Best regards.

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
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Dual Super User
Dual Super User

Re: Patch with transition function

Hi @CH2035 

 

you can just add navigate at the end

 

Patch(Table1;First(Filter(Table1;'IDClient'=IDClientDrop01.Selected.Result));
If(IsEmpty(Errors(Table1; Defaults(Table1)));
{Review:ReviewTextBox00.Text;StatusSmiley FrustratedtatusChangeDrop00.Selected.Result}));Navigate(FillSheet00, ScreenTransition.Fade)

 

Regards,

Reza Dorrani

 

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CH2035
Level: Power Up

Re: Patch with transition function

Hi Reza
Thank you for your help i tried with this sentence before but i receive

Error Unexpected Character in this line:
tatusChangeDrop00.Selected.Result}));Navigate(FillSheet00, ScreenTransition.Fade)
I don´t know
what it means.

Dual Super User
Dual Super User

Re: Patch with transition function

Try with ,

CH2035
Level: Power Up

Re: Patch with transition function

the function patch has some invalid arguments with                      ;
and unexpected character 'ParenClose' is expected "Error" with     ,

 

 

😞

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Patch with transition function

Hi @CH2035 ,

I've noticed that your separator is ";" inside function, could you tell me your separator between formulas?

I suggest you try ";;".

Try this:

Patch(Table1;First(Filter(Table1;'IDClient'=IDClientDrop01.Selected.Result));
If(IsEmpty(Errors(Table1; Defaults(Table1)));
{Review:ReviewTextBox00.Text;StatusSmiley FrustratedtatusChangeDrop00.Selected.Result}));;

Navigate(FillSheet00, ScreenTransition.Fade)

 

Best regards.

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

View solution in original post

CH2035
Level: Power Up

Re: Patch with transition function

That´s it!
Thank you!

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