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omi18
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ComboBox Default Vale

Hello,

 

I'm trying to set a default value for the combo box. I have 

 

in Items: Sort(Distinct('dbo.Travel',RequestedYear),Result,Descending)

And in Default Selected Items : Filter('dbo.Travel',RequestedYear = "2021") 

 

And it does not filter the gallery based on the default value. 

 

What am I missing here? 

 

Thanks,

Omi

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RandyHayes
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@omi18 

The schema and values of the DefaultSelectedItems (DSI) need to be exactly the same as the Items property.

You are using the Distinct function in the Items property - so this will return a table with a single column called Result.

Your DSI is providing a full record of 'dbo.Travel'  - This will NOT match the items.

 

So, if you need no other column in your combobox, then set your DSI to:

   ForAll(Filter('dbo.Travel', RequesstYear="2021"), {Result: RequestedYear})

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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RandyHayes
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@omi18 

The schema and values of the DefaultSelectedItems (DSI) need to be exactly the same as the Items property.

You are using the Distinct function in the Items property - so this will return a table with a single column called Result.

Your DSI is providing a full record of 'dbo.Travel'  - This will NOT match the items.

 

So, if you need no other column in your combobox, then set your DSI to:

   ForAll(Filter('dbo.Travel', RequesstYear="2021"), {Result: RequestedYear})

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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@RandyHayes ,

 

Thanks for the information. It did work. 

 

Omi

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