I created a 3 page PowerApps form in SharePoint and each page is made up of multiple forms. I had to use multiple forms because of the way that the user wanted the layout of the form. The issue that I am having is that when the user saves the form, if they want to go back and edit they cannot view the content, it shows up blank even through the list item isn't empty.
I tried to use the following articles as a reference but I couldn't get it to work:
The issue I am also having is that when the edit form is filled out it does not reflect on the view form I created for it.
What could I be doing wrong or where can I go to get an example on how to accomplish this in PowerApps in a SharePoint list?
Please check to see if the following property is configured properly:
on SharePointIntegration control: OnNew - Set(SharePointFormMode, "CreateForm"); NewForm(CreateItemForm); Navigate(CreateScreen, ScreenTransition.None) OnEdit - Set(SharePointFormMode, "EditForm"); EditForm(EditItemForm); Navigate(EditScreen, ScreenTransition.None) OnView - Set(SharePointFormMode, "ShowForm"); ViewForm(ShowItemForm); Navigate(ShowScreen, ScreenTransition.None)
Specially for the OnEdit and the OnView.
I copied and pasted the code below but I still get the same issue. Here is more information about the form I created. I have three screens and each screen has up to two seperate forms. The first two forms are filled out by default and the department form shows up only if a certain department is selected (not all departments have a checklist).
Given the setup below. Is this possible using PowerApps in SharePoint or can I only have one form per page? I am able to submit everything successfully. It is after the form is submitted that I have issues because you cannot view or edit the information.
This final screen is my test view screen and it is called ShowScreen and the top form is called ShowItemForm. I created this as a test to see if your suggestion would work.
OnView - Set(SharePointFormMode, "ShowForm"); ViewForm(ShowItemForm); Navigate(ShowScreen, ScreenTransition.None)
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