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Advocate V
Advocate V

Combo box is not displaying default lookup value

Hello community,


I just want to display lookup record on screen.

I have added 1 lookup field to the screen and trying to see default value which is already available in CRM.


Not displayed in combo boxNot displayed in combo boxvalue which I want to displayevalue which I want to displaye

Super User
Super User


The DefaultSelectedItems property has a value of Parent.Default which means it is being controlled by the Parent card. 


Can you please show what code is in the Default property of the Card for Financing Record?


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Community Support

Hi @rajmilansinh ,


If you didn't change the Default property of datacard (ThisItem. 'Financing Record'), it should work fine. If not, you can delete the related entity and re-add again in data source panel.

Also there is alternative workaround: 

If the form's Items is from Gallery.Selected, you can set the DefaultSelectedItems of combobox to Gallery1.Selected.'Financing Record'.

Hope this can help.

Best regards,


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Hey there,

default property of card is " ThisItem.'Financing Record (indusa_FinancingRecord)' ".defaultvalueofrecrod.png


Could the solution be one more level below the current selection?  Try typing a " . " dot after your current code and try any autocomplete suggestions that appear.


ThisItem.'Financing Record (indusa_FinancingRecord)'.


@mdevaney  tried suggested way but not working

@v-siky-msft  Also tried your suggestion but no success.



Hi @rajmilansinh ,


Try to check the Field of combo box, set it to 'Financing Record'.


Best regards,



Yeah Sik I tried this also but no success.


I think I have to raise a ticket for this.

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