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GabrielBonfim
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CUSTOM COMBINATION BOX

When I create the Form already comes by default or PROJECTS field with the item "Options ([Tasks] .Project)". This is working correctly and when submitting a form it usually creates an item in my to-do list. Understanding to serve the function options, please be aware that it refers to a SharePoint-linked search list and thus does not need to import this connected list into PowerApps.

 

If I were to use this way, there is no problem. The problem is, I don't want to use it this way.


I need a combo box (highlighted, project related), filter, and more as an option only for projects in which the current user is responsible (PMO). For this, I changed or fields items for reference below:

 

Filter(Projects; User().FullName in PMO.DisplayName)

This is working in the combo box, it is filtering only projects that are not the responsibility of the user. The problem is when the form submission (submission form) is entered in my task list, but the Project field is not being entered in the list.

It is saving the Project field only when the item field is being created using the code

 

"Choices ([Tasks] .Project)"

When I switch to the "Filter (Projects; User (). FullName in PMO.DisplayName)" formula of the error described and does not save the Project field.

 

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mdevaney
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I translated this post Portugese to English using Google Translate because I feel there is a better chance of it getting a response.  If you know the solution I would suggest translating into Portugese using an online translation tool.

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When I create the Form already comes by default or PROJECTS field with the item "Options ([Tasks] .Project)". This is working correctly and when submitting a form it usually creates an item in my to-do list.  Understanding to serve the function options, please be aware that it refers to a SharePoint-linked search list and thus does not need to import this connected list into PowerApps.

 

If I were to use this way, there is no problem.  The problem is, I don't want to use it this way.


I need a combo box (highlighted, project related), filter, and more as an option only for projects in which the current user is responsible (PMO). For this, I changed or fields items for reference below:

 

Filter(Projects; User().FullName in PMO.DisplayName)

 

This is working in the combo box, it is filtering only projects that are not the responsibility of the user. The problem is when the form submission (submission form) is entered in my task list, but the Project field is not being entered in the list.

It is saving the Project field only when the item field is being created using the code

 

"Choices ([Tasks] .Project)"

 

When I switch to the "Filter (Projects; User (). FullName in PMO.DisplayName)" formula of the error described and does not save the Project field.

 

FOLLOWS ATTACHED DETAILED PRINT

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mdevaney
Super User
Super User

I translated this post Portugese to English using Google Translate because I feel there is a better chance of it getting a response.  If you know the solution I would suggest translating into Portugese using an online translation tool.

...

 

When I create the Form already comes by default or PROJECTS field with the item "Options ([Tasks] .Project)". This is working correctly and when submitting a form it usually creates an item in my to-do list.  Understanding to serve the function options, please be aware that it refers to a SharePoint-linked search list and thus does not need to import this connected list into PowerApps.

 

If I were to use this way, there is no problem.  The problem is, I don't want to use it this way.


I need a combo box (highlighted, project related), filter, and more as an option only for projects in which the current user is responsible (PMO). For this, I changed or fields items for reference below:

 

Filter(Projects; User().FullName in PMO.DisplayName)

 

This is working in the combo box, it is filtering only projects that are not the responsibility of the user. The problem is when the form submission (submission form) is entered in my task list, but the Project field is not being entered in the list.

It is saving the Project field only when the item field is being created using the code

 

"Choices ([Tasks] .Project)"

 

When I switch to the "Filter (Projects; User (). FullName in PMO.DisplayName)" formula of the error described and does not save the Project field.

 

FOLLOWS ATTACHED DETAILED PRINT

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