NEVER MIND. Looks like formula level error management did work. It just took some time to kick in.
Not sure how to delete a post here.
I have a SharePoint Asset List for employee assets. When the employee leaves and the asset becomes available, I need to change the FULL NAME field to blank. Removing the name with the Power App doesn't take hold and the user's name remains.
This FULL NAME field is a Lookup from another list of employees. The Asset list does allow for blank fields in all columns. I have a number of items in the list with blanks in the FULL NAME column. I came across this post which suggested enabling Formula-level error management. This didn't help my problem. I'm certain that I've been able to 'blank-out' the FULL NAME column before.
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Are you changing it by setting the field to blank and submitting the form? Or using some form of Patch? Can you show us the formula being used. Since its a lookup column I don't think you can just set it to Blank(). You need to use some record format.
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