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Tom_Slosse
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Check whether a record is already present and disable a button in a Gallery

Hey all,

 

 

 

I'm struggling with the following.

I want to disable an icon when the record has been saved into a SQL database.

 

I've tried many ways and the closest I've reached is that it disables all the icons in the gallery, but I only want the icon disabled when the matching record is already saved in the SQL database.

 

Any ideas how to achieve this?

 

In the attacments you will find some screenshots to make it a bit more clearer.

 

Kind regards

 

Tom



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Tom_Slosse
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Hey all

 

 

After a long time searching and trying out alot of different things I've found the solution to my problem.

The solution was pretty simple afterwards.

 

But this is what I did on the DisplayMode of my Icon:

If(Body1_1.Text in First(Search('[dbo].[Jobresults]',Body1_1.Text,"F_PPN_ID")).F_PPN_ID, DisplayMode.Disabled,DisplayMode.Edit)

So I didn't have to check whether it was empty or not, I just had to check with the in whether a field on my gallery (Body1_1.Text) was equal to a field (F_PPN_ID) in my database.

 

Hope this helps other people too.

 

Kind regards

 

 

Tom



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Tom_Slosse
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Hey all

 

 

After a long time searching and trying out alot of different things I've found the solution to my problem.

The solution was pretty simple afterwards.

 

But this is what I did on the DisplayMode of my Icon:

If(Body1_1.Text in First(Search('[dbo].[Jobresults]',Body1_1.Text,"F_PPN_ID")).F_PPN_ID, DisplayMode.Disabled,DisplayMode.Edit)

So I didn't have to check whether it was empty or not, I just had to check with the in whether a field on my gallery (Body1_1.Text) was equal to a field (F_PPN_ID) in my database.

 

Hope this helps other people too.

 

Kind regards

 

 

Tom



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