Hi, I have an app which requires the user to view the contents of a Sharepoint Doc Lib. Here is my situation.
Screen one is a browse gallery of a SP list with the following columns.
Contractor (Text Field)
Email (Text Field)
Docs (URL to a specific SP Doc lib folder)
I'll like to add a button on screen1 that takes them to screen 2. Screen 2 should be a browse gallery of the URL column from the selected item from screen 1
Can anyone point me in the right direction.
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I've now created a new test and pointed it to a different doc lib. It worked!!! I created a dummy URL in my SP list pointing to the other doc lib. I can see the contents of the folder now.
It must be something to do with this doc lib.
Thank you for your help.
Hi @yashag2255 ,
Thanks for the reply. I couldnt get it to work. This is what I have
Filter(Shares,IsFolder = false && StartsWith('Link to item',galContractors.Selected.'Supplier Folder'))
"Shares" is my SP doc lib and "galContractors" is my gallery from the first screen
Did I do something wrong?
Hi @yashag2255 ,
The URL in the SP list pointing to the doc lib looks like this
Should I change them to a more practical format like you have shown below?
I'm not understanding the 'Link to Item' value you have referenced. Sorry I'm fairly new to PowerApps as you can probably tell 🙂
I've changed one of the links in the SP list to https://xxxx.sharepoint.com/sites/SPD-OAK-Site/Shares/H%26S/Contractors/Contractor%20Information/316...
And my formula is Filter(Shares,IsFolder = false && StartsWith('Link to item',galContractors.Selected.'Supplier Folder'))
Sorry still cannot get it to work. Is it because I have spaces in the link?
I cannot thank you enough for helping but it still doesnt work.
Filter(Shares,IsFolder = false && StartsWith('Link to item',Substitute(galContractors.Selected.'Supplier Folder',"%26","&")))
The string manipulation filter didnt work either.
I dont get any errors in the formula it just doesnt display any documents.
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