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vshah804
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String match

Hello Team,

 

I have a dropdown and whatever value user selects, I want to do the datatable (source is SQL) fileting based on contains logic.

 

Meaing, If the user selects "ABC" in dropdown, I want the datatable to display all the records where SQL column CONTAINS "ABC".

 

I'm thinking to use IsMatch function something like  IsMatch(Dropdown.SelectedText.Value,SQLColumn,Contains)) but It's not working. It says systex issue. 

 

Also Once I got the contains values, I want to AND those results with another SQL table. 

 

Please suggest. Thank you.

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vshah804
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Re: String match

Team - Nerver mind. I got the solution. Here is below that did the trick.

 

Filter(SQLTable,Column1="YES" && Dropdown.SelectedText.Value in column2)

 

Thanks.

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vshah804
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Re: String match

Team - Nerver mind. I got the solution. Here is below that did the trick.

 

Filter(SQLTable,Column1="YES" && Dropdown.SelectedText.Value in column2)

 

Thanks.

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