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oappdev
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ComboBox Lookup - Expected Table value.

Happy Wednesday! Eastern Standard Time. 😁

l' m getting the following message: [ Expected Table value. ] What l' m trying to accomplish, is when the users click on View it will show the default value either "true" or "false" and also set the combox to blank. If true or false haven't been selected.

 

Working a lot with SQL lately. 🙄

 

Items property 

["","Yes","No"]

DefaultSelectedItems property : 

If(LookUp('[dbo].[FluTrackerDetail]',ThisRecord.Id=Gallery1.Selected.EmployeeId,Accepted),"Yes","No")

 

Screenshot 2021-01-13 193153.png

 

Please let me know I explain myself clearly. Thank you in advance!

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Hi @oappdev ,

I was tackling the wrong issue I think -try this

If(
   LookUp(
      '[dbo].[FluTrackerDetail]',
      Id=Gallery1.Selected.EmployeeId
   ).Accepted=1,
   {Value:"Yes"},
   {Value:"No"}
)

 

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WarrenBelz
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Hi @oappdev ,

Happy Thursday lunchtime in Oz !

Assuming Accepted is a Boolean field, are you trying to do this?

If(
   LookUp(
      '[dbo].[FluTrackerDetail]',
      Id=Gallery1.Selected.EmployeeId
   ).Accepted,
   "Yes",
   "No"
)

 

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Strange. I'm still get the message - Except Table value.

Accepted column is bit column in SQL. Hope that helps.

HI @oappdev ,

I am not an SQL user, but will this work

If(
   LookUp(
      '[dbo].[FluTrackerDetail]',
      Id=Gallery1.Selected.EmployeeId
   ).Accepted=1,
   "Yes",
   "No"
)

I assume the Id is a simple numeric field.

 

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Hi @oappdev ,

Just checking if you got the result you were looking for on this thread. Happy to help further if not.

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Hi @WarrenBelz , Thank you so much for checking in. My apologies for the delay. Long week, 🙄 still getting a warning message. Expected Table value. 

 

DefaultSelectedItems Property: 

If(
   LookUp(
      '[dbo].[FluTrackerDetail]',
      Id=Gallery1.Selected.EmployeeId
   ).Accepted=1,
   "Yes",
   "No"
)

 Items: ["","Yes","No"]

Is just strange why is defaulting to No instead of NULL. 

Hi @oappdev ,

I was tackling the wrong issue I think -try this

If(
   LookUp(
      '[dbo].[FluTrackerDetail]',
      Id=Gallery1.Selected.EmployeeId
   ).Accepted=1,
   {Value:"Yes"},
   {Value:"No"}
)

 

Please click Accept as solution if my post helped you solve your issue. This will help others find it more readily. It also closes the item. If the content was useful in other ways, please consider giving it Thumbs Up.

Hi @oappdev ,

Just checking if you got the result you were looking for on this thread. Happy to help further if not.

Please click Accept as solution if my post helped you solve your issue. This will help others find it more readily. It also closes the item. If the content was useful in other ways, please consider giving it Thumbs Up.

Thank you again for your help. @WarrenBelz 

Добрый день! Что такое accepted здесь? у меня аналогичная проблема

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