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MShelnutt
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@RandyHayes 

 

Hi Randy,

I had to modify my On Select property so it will update one of my SharePoint columns in the record, but I am not writing it correctly, can you take a look?-

 

MShelnutt_1-1617221259249.png

 

 

-Michael Shelnutt

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v-albai-msft
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Hi @MShelnutt ,

Have you already set the variable varFormData to one of the records in list ‘Customer Complaints 21’ ?

I would suggest you check below things:

1. You cannot use the control name directly. You should use the output of this control. For example, if this is a Text-input control, you should use formula like:

DataCardValue19_1.Text =XXX

If this is a dropdown control, you should use formula like:

DataCardValue19_1.Selected.Value

2. Seems you want to update the Choice column ‘Form Status’ based on the value of DataCardValue19_1? If yes, try below formula(assume your DataCardValue19_1 is a dropdown control):

If(DataCardValue19_1.Selected.Value="Ask for Manager Exception- no return",
Patch('Customer Complaints 21',
varFormData,
{'Form Status':{Value:"Pending Approval"}}
 ),
Patch('Customer Complaints 21',
varFormData,
{'Form Status':{Value:"Submitted"}}
)
)

Best regards,

Allen

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v-albai-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @MShelnutt ,

Have you already set the variable varFormData to one of the records in list ‘Customer Complaints 21’ ?

I would suggest you check below things:

1. You cannot use the control name directly. You should use the output of this control. For example, if this is a Text-input control, you should use formula like:

DataCardValue19_1.Text =XXX

If this is a dropdown control, you should use formula like:

DataCardValue19_1.Selected.Value

2. Seems you want to update the Choice column ‘Form Status’ based on the value of DataCardValue19_1? If yes, try below formula(assume your DataCardValue19_1 is a dropdown control):

If(DataCardValue19_1.Selected.Value="Ask for Manager Exception- no return",
Patch('Customer Complaints 21',
varFormData,
{'Form Status':{Value:"Pending Approval"}}
 ),
Patch('Customer Complaints 21',
varFormData,
{'Form Status':{Value:"Submitted"}}
)
)

Best regards,

Allen

@v-albai-msft 

I plugged it it and there are no red squiggles, so looks good!

 

I really appreciate the help.

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