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Veronica
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Checkbox value in memory

Hello everyone:

 

I have a form in Power Apps.  I create a record in Azure - SQL and I have a field that obtain the value from the text property of a checkbox if it is check.  The problem is that when I want to show the info in memory of that record in a display form I don't now how to bring the OnCheck true or false depending if the field is not blank.

 

Can anyone help me.

 

Thanks

 

veronica

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EricLott
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The checkbox true/false can be referenced by using Checkbox1.Value. If you want to see if the checkbox text property is blank you can use this:

IsBlank(Checkbox1.Text)

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Thanks for replying.  The problem is that the checkbox is now reneame the DataCardValue35 in order to the value of the text be save on the field.  Basically the problem is how to evaluate the field in memory when displaying the info to show the check icon in the checkbox depending if the field is not null. Check or Uncheck depending of the value in memory

 

I saw a something like this https://365basics.com/powerapps-using-checkbox-controls-with-multi-valued-choice-columns/

If({'@odata.type': "#Microsoft.Azure.Connectors.SharePoint.SPListExpandedReference",

Id: 0,

Value: "Red"} in TestListColors_DataCard1.Default,

true, false)

 

I dont know if something like this will apply to reference the info in memory in Azure-SQL.

 

 

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