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Fa1con74
Helper III
Helper III

Change not saved

Hello,

 

I have a data editing form but when I make a modification they are not saved and I don't understand why.
Here is the code for my icon registration: 

SubmitForm(EditForm);;Navigate(SuccessScreen;ScreenTransition.UnCover)
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 Put this in the OnSuccess of the EditForm

Navigate(SuccessScreen;ScreenTransition.UnCover)

 

Also, in the OnFailure of the EditForm check if there was any error in submitting the Form.

 

Please remember to give a 👍 and accept my solution as it will help others in the future.

 

@Fa1con74

Here are screenshots of my gallery and my form

Fa1con74_0-1647442023493.pngFa1con74_1-1647442102144.png

 

I declared victory a little too quickly 😞
It works for me but not for other users.
My base is microsoft list to which I gave access to other users
I don't understand why it works for me and not for others.

My edit form call button has this code and it is positioned in a gallery

Set(currentID; ThisItem.ID);;
EditForm(EditForm);;
Navigate(EditScreen)

 

@Fa1con74 it could be something to do with the currentID variable. It's not clear what value it has and how it it affects the EditForm. 

 

Hello,

Here is my edit button code and it works

Select(Parent);;
EditForm(EditForm);;
Navigate(EditScreen)

And here is the code of my saved button from my edit screen

SubmitForm(EditForm)

 What's weird is that it works for me but not for other users and I don't understand why

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