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ComboBOX search function can only start with the first letter and cannot be retrieved randomly

According to the title ,how to set up random search for alternative fields in my combobox? Thank you ! B&R Dennis
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Re: ComboBOX search function can only start with the first letter and cannot be retrieved randomly

Hi @Dennis_Qiang 

 

Could you please share more details of your datasource and column?

Could you please change your formula expression as this:

If(Len(ComboBoxName.SearchText)>0,Choices(DataSourceName.ChoicesColumnName))

 

For example:

choicetypesearch.gif

 

Best Regards.

Yumia

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Re: ComboBOX search function can only start with the first letter and cannot be retrieved randomly

Hi @Dennis_Qiang 

 

Could you please share more details of your situation?

Could you please share one screenshot of your issue?

Do you mean you can only search by the first letter?

For example, if I input no matter the first letter or the middle or the last ones, there will be show the related items in the combobox.

ComboBoxSearch.gif

 

More information:

control-combo-box

 

Hope this could be helpful.

 

Best Regards.

Yumia

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Re: ComboBOX search function can only start with the first letter and cannot be retrieved randomly

Hi Yumia, I can only search by the first letter. Attachments pic is my situation. The combo box data value is call from the "choice" option in my sharepoint list. If i search "1" which is the first letter in my choice items, it will work. but when i search randomly. It doesn't work. Can your help me solve this problems? Thank you! Best Regards Dennis
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Re: ComboBOX search function can only start with the first letter and cannot be retrieved randomly

Hi @Dennis_Qiang 

 

Could you please share more details of your datasource and column?

Could you please change your formula expression as this:

If(Len(ComboBoxName.SearchText)>0,Choices(DataSourceName.ChoicesColumnName))

 

For example:

choicetypesearch.gif

 

Best Regards.

Yumia

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