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PowerApps Gallery Navigation Help

Hi, new here.. but have an issue and need all your smart people to help. I thank you in advance. 

 

I have a app. Using a Office365 SharePoint list. I have built a Gallery that groups items from this SP list. Then i created another Gallery inside the first to show details of my items. This means i have nested galleries with these details

 

Main gallery has GroupBy('Support log',"spgTempSchoolName","SchoolGrouping") to group the list data and a label ThisItem.spgTempSchoolName

 

Second gallery has Items=ThisItem.SchoolGrouping and a label

 

Now when clicking the name of the item i want to move to a details screen using GalleryName.Selected and Navigate(DetailScreen1, ScreenTransition.None)

 

 

If i use this on OnSelect Navigate(DetailScreen1, ScreenTransition.None) i get the first item details in the details screen but once i click a second item i just keep getting the details of the first item.

 

I'm brand new and not a coder but got stuck with this as i was "willing to learn" not so sure I'm learning though

 

Any help would be great

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Anonymous
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Re: PowerApps Gallery Navigation Help

So i solved it myself after a lot of clicking around. So I use the Navigate function as so

 

Navigate(DetailScreen1, ScreenTransition.None,{displayItem:ThisItem}

 

The bold part above was what was needed to be able to navigate out from my nested galleries. 

 

and then what i was missing was in the "advanced" section of the DetailScreen1 I needed to change the "item" field to "displayItem" instead of GalleryName.selected and suddenly it works.

 

Hope that explains it for anyone else that is looking.

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Anonymous
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Re: PowerApps Gallery Navigation Help

So i solved it myself after a lot of clicking around. So I use the Navigate function as so

 

Navigate(DetailScreen1, ScreenTransition.None,{displayItem:ThisItem}

 

The bold part above was what was needed to be able to navigate out from my nested galleries. 

 

and then what i was missing was in the "advanced" section of the DetailScreen1 I needed to change the "item" field to "displayItem" instead of GalleryName.selected and suddenly it works.

 

Hope that explains it for anyone else that is looking.

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Community Support Team
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Re: PowerApps Gallery Navigation Help

Hi @Anonymous,

 

Have you solved your problem?

 

I think your thought is proper. More details about the Navigate function in PowerApps, please check the following article:

Navigate function

 

If you have solved your problem, please go ahead and click “Accept as Solution” so that this thread will be marked for other users to easily identify.

 

Best regards,

Kris

Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
Anonymous
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Re: PowerApps Gallery Navigation Help

Sorry just marked it now. New here just learning how to do things right here

jdvroum
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Re: PowerApps Gallery Navigation Help

Hello,

It's working find bettween the link in browse page and the detail page but not between the detail page and the browse page. Impossible to put {displayItem:ThisItem} in editpage !

Doyou have an idea ?

Thanks 

PytByt
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Re: PowerApps Gallery Navigation Help


@Anonymous wrote:

So i solved it myself after a lot of clicking around. So I use the Navigate function as so

 

Navigate(DetailScreen1, ScreenTransition.None,{displayItem:ThisItem}

 

The bold part above was what was needed to be able to navigate out from my nested galleries. 

 

and then what i was missing was in the "advanced" section of the DetailScreen1 I needed to change the "item" field to "displayItem" instead of GalleryName.selected and suddenly it works.

 

Hope that explains it for anyone else that is looking.


Hi @Anonymous

Can you show it with example and where exactly should i put the formula in every screen that i want to navigate with the items in my gallery?

i need this. please help.

 

thanks,

pytbyt

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