I have created a Power App. That I would like to auto-populate selected fields when I submit new form. I would like to remain on the form after the fields are auto-populated.
Currently, when I submit for a new form. The form is created and I can pass an ID value to the form. But, I must then submit the form, then re-edit the form for the LOOKUP function to fire and auto-populate my desire fields.
My desire is to remain on the form in edit mode. And have the fields auto-populate when I enter the ID value before I perform my final subit.
Sorry but I cannot say that I have fully understand your description. What is the data source of your Form? What did you mean by you first submit a new form, then you need to submit again? How did you submit a new form in the first step? And how did the app ask you to submit the form again in 2nd step? What LOOKUP function that you use on this Form? How would you like your fields to be auto-populated with?
If it's a SharePoint list connector, did you have any required columns? If so, you need to fill all the required fields in Form before submitting.
I would like to remain on the form in EDIT mode and have the LOOKUP function fire based on the employee number. Have the fields populate, then SUBMIT the form to save the data to the SQL table.
I am adding my screen shot for clarity.
When I create a NEW form. I want to the user to enter the EmployeeID and have the remaining fields populated from the datasource without leaving the form.
I know I can do this using the LOOKUP function in the default property in OnSelect. But, I must SUBMIT the form, then EDIT the form again. Then the LOOKUP function populates the fields from the datasource.
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