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alessandramaced
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Collect and Patch not working anymore

Hi all

 

I have an app to bulk update items (sharepoint list as data)

I have the formulas:

Gallery with checkbox items: Filter(PlanProjetos; Analise = "Aguardando Aprovação")

onCheck : Collect(colupdatesPlan;ThisItem)

onUnCheck: Remove(colupdatePlan;thisitem)

Save button: 

UpdateIf(colUpdatesPlan;true;{Analise: "Aprovado";Aprovador: User().Email});;

Patch(PlanProjetos;colUpdatesPlan);;

 

It worked fine but now is showing error and don't save updates. The error is "the specified column is read-only and can't be modified"

 

What I need to change? How to collect only certain columns with "Thisitem"? and Remove if necessary?

 

Thanks

 

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RandyHayes
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Super User

@alessandramaced 

This is because you changed the primary key!  It was ID and should be ID (assuming this is a SharePoint list).

Formula should be:

Patch(PlanProjetos;
    ForAll(Filter(galPlanos.AllItems; Checkbox1_2.Value);
       {ID: ID;
        Analise: "Aprovado";
        Aprovador: User().Email
       }
    )
)

If you omit the primary key (ID), then patch will create a new record.

Also, no need to check if a value is true or false that is already a true or false value (Checkbox1_2.Value)

 

Again, the ID is the primary key for a SharePoint list, so if you are using another datasource, then let me know.

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RandyHayes
Super User
Super User

@alessandramaced 

Why bother collecting and duplicating the data?  You already have what you need in the Gallery.

Your formula should be based on the Checkbox filter and it would look like this:

Patch(PlanProjetos;
    ForAll(Filter(yourGallery.AllItems; yourCheckbox.Value);
        {ID: ID;
         Analise: "Aprovado";
         Aprovador: User().Email
        }
    )
)

No collections needed!  Nor OnSelect actions of checkboxes.

 

The above formula also assumes that your Aprovador column is a text column.

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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Hi

 

Put this :

 

Patch(PlanProjetos;
ForAll(Filter(galPlanos.AllItems; Checkbox1_2.Value = true);
{IDProj: IDProj;
Analise: "Aprovado";
Aprovador: User().Email
}
)

 

but instead of change the record, its creating a new one with IDPRoj, "Aprovador" and "Analise"

RandyHayes
Super User
Super User

@alessandramaced 

This is because you changed the primary key!  It was ID and should be ID (assuming this is a SharePoint list).

Formula should be:

Patch(PlanProjetos;
    ForAll(Filter(galPlanos.AllItems; Checkbox1_2.Value);
       {ID: ID;
        Analise: "Aprovado";
        Aprovador: User().Email
       }
    )
)

If you omit the primary key (ID), then patch will create a new record.

Also, no need to check if a value is true or false that is already a true or false value (Checkbox1_2.Value)

 

Again, the ID is the primary key for a SharePoint list, so if you are using another datasource, then let me know.

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