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luuminhvuong93
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CASCADING DROPDOWN WITH 3 COLUMNS

Hello everyone,

I've been trying a few methods of creating a Cascading Drop-Down List from my SharePoint Lists.

 

Basically, I have created 3 SharePoint Lists:

1 - Province

  2- Province & District

 3 - Province , District & Ward

 

I have succesfully use the method from this link :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJQZ0sv7zV8&t=827s

However, ONLY THE FIRST 2 WORKS.

And I have done reasearches but have not been able to find a solution to the 3rd one - always getting the error with nothing populate. (I want to show the Ward corresponding to the District and Province)

 

PLease anyone help me with this one. Many thanks to your help,

ward dropdown list

WARD LIST

 

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Thanks @v-micsh-msft for replying,

I figured out that this maybe due to changing the Column Name of the Sharepoint List...which is very confusing to me.

 

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v-micsh-msft
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Hi @luuminhvuong93,

 

Thanks for posting.

I have some questions:

1. Has the Title field from WARD_LIST been renamed to PROVINCE (under Classic View)?

 If Title column has been renamed after loading in PowerApps, please take a try to remove this list and then add it again,

 

2. Could you please share the corresponding error messages by pointing mouse at the yellow reminder of the Dropdown control?

 

If Title field has been renamed, then the formula should be changed as below:

Filter(WARD_LIST_1, 
         PROVINCE = ddProvince.Selected.Value,
         DISTRICT =ddDistrict.Selected.Value)

There is no need to add && within Filter function, see if doing this would help.

 

Regards,

Michael

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Thanks @v-micsh-msft for replying,

I figured out that this maybe due to changing the Column Name of the Sharepoint List...which is very confusing to me.

 

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