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Re: Update/Patch multiple fields in a gallery



I see there was a mistake in my previous code. You need to patch to a record and the Filter statement produces a table instead of a record.


so change it to


Patch(Collection1, First(Filter(Collection1,Appointment=Dropdown1.Selected.Value&&Patient=Patient.Text)),{Appointmentropdown1_1.Selected.Value,Patient:Name_1.Text,etc.})

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Re: Update/Patch multiple fields in a gallery

Hola, por favor puedes compartir como actualizas la lista sharepoint co flow.

Tengo problemas porque tengo más de 2000 registros..


@leyburn19 wrote:

I have found patch() and updateIF() unreliable for updaing records,  not sure if it me or the system.  You need to also not they are not deleagable (now up to 2000 records on client side)


I use Flow to do this.  Very simply with sharepoint.  When it needs to be more than one record,  I embed the Flow in PowerApps in a Forall()


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Re: Update/Patch multiple fields in a gallery

Hi @FreddyGS - I'm going to mark this thread as solved based on the original post. Please create a new thread so the community can review and assist. 


Thank you,



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