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Bug with Yes/No SharePoint field when using Edit Options instead of Edit Toggle

I noticed a bug after an update of PowerApps when using Edit Form with Yes/No column and selecting Edit Options instead of Edit Toggle.

 

How to recreate:

Add Edit Form

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Connect to SharePoint list which has Yes/No column field (I assume it would work for other database connections with Boolean fields)

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Change from Edit Toggle to Edit Options

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See that this changed the name of the DataCardValue and the function in Update is now producing an error.

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Short fix is to unlock the field and manually enter the following formula:

DataCardValue2.Selected.Value = "Yes"


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This appears to fix the problem.
Note: Just changing it to the correct DataCardValue field does not fix the issues (If I left DataCardValue2.Value, it still produces an error)

This only started to happen after an update as I have been using this field before and it did not produce errors when putting it into an Edit Form.

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Re: Bug with Yes/No SharePoint field when using Edit Options instead of Edit Toggle

Hi @Anonymous,

 

I have reproduced your issue and will try to report this to the pg. I will update here once there is any further information.

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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Re: Bug with Yes/No SharePoint field when using Edit Options instead of Edit Toggle

has there been any update to this since oroginally posted?

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