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Advocate II
Advocate II

Component Property Issues

Hello!

 

I want to understand the way Output Property works. My scenario is like this;

 

I have created a Dialog that is Shown or Hidden on the basis of a property that is kept local inside the Component, known as ShowPopup (boolean). 

 

Now I have two basic questions;

 

  1. Is it possible to update the Custom Input Property from the app such as I have to update the property ShowPopup on the OnSelect of a control within the same component. Such as button. 
  2. If the first one is not possible then how can I achieve this by passing an Custom Output Property such as Button Response to the control where is it used and then on the basis of that Output, it sends the Input command again as ShowPopup = false so that it gets hidden.

Please let me know if you want further information on this. 

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Re: Component Property Issues

@ArafatTehsin
I would suggest you study the dialog component available for free in the community gallery. You will likely find the answer you seek there.

Link To Dialog Component
https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Canvas-Apps-Components-Samples/Dialog-Control/td-p/325523

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Re: Component Property Issues

@ArafatTehsin 

I am not clear on what you are trying to do here.  Can you please share a screenshot of the component?  Then describe: "how will the pop-up be turned on/off by the user"?

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Advocate II
Advocate II

Re: Component Property Issues

Basically, I want to achieve this in a component. I want to create a Dialog Component of my own exactly similar to this post. How can I do that? https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/creating-dialogs-in-powerapps/

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Re: Component Property Issues

@ArafatTehsin
I would suggest you study the dialog component available for free in the community gallery. You will likely find the answer you seek there.

Link To Dialog Component
https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Canvas-Apps-Components-Samples/Dialog-Control/td-p/325523

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