i have a column with name number and type of the column is single line of text in sharepoint List. need to increment column value as 2018-001(year-number). if the year changes, then the next created value will be like 2019-001. the colums values should look like below
Number(singleline of text)
the above process should be in powerapps
You could create 2 columns in your SP List, "Item_Year" and "Item_Index"
In your gallery or anywhere in your app you can display them combined simply by
Item_Year & "-" & Text(Item_Index,"[$-en-US]000")
If you use a form to create, set the Default of the datacard (the datacard, not the control on the card) for them as
If ( CountRows (Filter(DemoList,Item_Year=Year(Now())))=0, 1, First (SortByColumns(Filter(DemoList,Item_Year=Year(Now())),"Item_Index",Descending)).Item_Index + 1 )
This second one is the only complicated bit. What is does is first check if there are any records already with the year set to the current year. If there aren't then it sets the index of the new record to 1. If there are, it then filters the list to only return the records for the current year, sorts those records by the Item_Index column in descending order so the highest index is a the top, takes the first item of those records, returns just the Item_Index field and then adds 1 to it.
Hope that makes sense. This does break delegation processing for SharePoint in numerous places but thats another issue
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You can also try this:
Gallery1.Items = Collection1
inside Gallery1 --> Label1.Text = ThisItem.ID
thanks for your help.
i have used below formula in Number column Default function, its giveing result as expected
If(Year(Now()) > Year(DateTimeValue(Left(Last(SortByColumns('listname',"Nummer",Ascending)).Nummer,4))),Concatenate(Text(Year(Now())),"-001"),Text(Left(Last(SortByColumns('listname',"Nummer",Ascending)).Nummer,4))&"-"& Text(Right(Last(SortByColumns('listname',"Nummer",Ascending)).Nummer,3)+1,"[$-en-US]000"))
As a small performance improvement: I see you execute three times Last(SortByColumns('listname',"Nummer",Ascending)).
You could also do that once by assigning it to a variable and use that variable. The formula gets a bit more readable too.
How do you make sure that no two entries are made at the same time in the SharePoint list meaning that there are two items with the same number?
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