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PowerApps Allowed Values failed

Hi, 

 

When load the data in EditForm, all fields are fine
However, if I change a field control from "Edit Text" to "Allowed Values"
I am not able to display the original value, also I cannot modify the dropdown values

 

For example, 

It should display 03-WAIT FOR TICKET when screen is loaded, and list few options

02-WAIT FOR APPROVAL

03-WAIT FOR TICKET
99-CASE CLOSED

 

Any idea?

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Thanks in advance

Sam

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Re: PowerApps Allowed Values failed

Hi @samsam ,

 

What is the data source of your Form? If the field shows as a dropdown control by default inside a form control, that usually means that it should be some kind of choice column from the data source side. And from the data source, this field only allows a few options. If you want to update this field with other options, first you need to make sure that it is allowed from the data source side, then you could unlock this data card and insert another your own dropdown control, set the values your want to use in the Items property of the new dropdown control.

 

And of course, you need to also edit the Update property of this data card to update the records with the new dropdown control.

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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Re: PowerApps Allowed Values failed

Hi @samsam ,

 

What is the data source of your Form? If the field shows as a dropdown control by default inside a form control, that usually means that it should be some kind of choice column from the data source side. And from the data source, this field only allows a few options. If you want to update this field with other options, first you need to make sure that it is allowed from the data source side, then you could unlock this data card and insert another your own dropdown control, set the values your want to use in the Items property of the new dropdown control.

 

And of course, you need to also edit the Update property of this data card to update the records with the new dropdown control.

 

Regards,

Mona

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

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samsam
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Re: PowerApps Allowed Values failed

@v-monli-msft Thanks for the answer. The choice is appeared after changed the column type to 'choice' 🙂

 

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