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Button to go to next -record

 I have browse the gallery with a filter function and working OK.

Showing several records, and Next arrow working navigate to detail gallery.

On detail gallery I want to make it simple with add 3 button.

1. Go to Next Record

2 Back to browse gallery

3. Go to Prev Record

 

I found a similar question with excellent answer on https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Building-Power-Apps-Formerly/take-selection-to-next-item/m-p/274... but it was no working on my apps,  see on screenshoot error generated

 

Anyone can help with this thing?

 

 

 

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Re: Button to go to next -record

Solve the problem,  just following the tutorial on the link above.

But before that, I need to retrieve ID data first from sharepoint to powerapps.

It was I am working on excel so I need to generate ID for every record, but on sharepoint it was automatic, every record  has an ID.

 

Thank you 

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Re: Button to go to next -record

Solve the problem,  just following the tutorial on the link above.

But before that, I need to retrieve ID data first from sharepoint to powerapps.

It was I am working on excel so I need to generate ID for every record, but on sharepoint it was automatic, every record  has an ID.

 

Thank you 

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Re: Button to go to next -record

Hi @Soly ,

 

Glad to know that you have solved your issue, and yes, ID field is auto-generated by SharePoint list but you need to create one your own if you are using excel table as data source.

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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