cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Reply
MShelnutt
Helper V
Helper V

Code Error

@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

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

Accepted Solutions
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

View solution in original post

2 REPLIES 2
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.

Helpful resources

Announcements
October Events

Mark Your Calendars

So many events that are happening this month - don't miss out!

Ignite 2022

WHAT’S NEXT AT MICROSOFT IGNITE 2022

Explore the latest innovations, learn from product experts and partners, level up your skillset, and create connections from around the world.

Power Apps Africa Challenge 2022

Power Apps Africa Challenge

Your chance to join an engaging competition of Power Platform enthusiasts.

Users online (2,615)