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Collections Patch, with If

Hello

I am new to PowerApps and trying to patch using ForAll with a condition using If a value is greater than 0.

Here is part of my formula, I've tried several versions without success. Any help is appreciated.
ForAll(IncomeCollection, If(IncAmt.Value > 0), Patch(IncomeDetails, Defaults(IncomeDetails), {Income_Amount: IncAmt}))

Thanks

Adrian

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Re: Collections Patch, with If

Hi @adrianlochan ,

 

Change your formula as below:

ForAll(IncomeCollection, (If(IncAmt.Value> 0, Patch(IncomeDetails, Defaults(IncomeDetails), {Income_Amount: IncAmt})))

 

I hope this resolved your issue if you see any challenge let me know I am always happy to help.

 

Regards,

Krishna
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Re: Collections Patch, with If

Hello @KrishnaV Krishna,

Thanks for the reply, that was helpful.
However along with the If in brackets I found that for me I had to take out the .Value and it worked.

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Re: Collections Patch, with If

Hi @adrianlochan ,

 

Change your formula as below:

ForAll(IncomeCollection, (If(IncAmt.Value> 0, Patch(IncomeDetails, Defaults(IncomeDetails), {Income_Amount: IncAmt})))

 

I hope this resolved your issue if you see any challenge let me know I am always happy to help.

 

Regards,

Krishna
If this post helps give a 👍 and if it solved your issue consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more.

View solution in original post

Highlighted
Frequent Visitor

Re: Collections Patch, with If

Hello @KrishnaV Krishna,

Thanks for the reply, that was helpful.
However along with the If in brackets I found that for me I had to take out the .Value and it worked.

View solution in original post

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