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jTiwari
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Conditional Patch from combobox selected items

Hi Team,

 

I am trying to update a sharepoint list (contains profiles of users), based on different skills they are selecting from combobox, while doing that I am checking if skill is already listed against their name in sharepoint, however my logic is failing with some basic mistake as if the last condition value is true, only then it is patching else no:

 

Code: 
ForAll(ComboBox2.SelectedItems,
If(IsEmpty(Filter('IW Profiles', Email = User().Email, Skill = ComboBox2.Selected.Title)),
Patch( 'IW Profiles', Defaults('IW Profiles'),
{Title : User().FullName,
Email : User().Email,
'Added On' : Now(),
Skill : ComboBox2.Selected.Title})));

 

Current entries in sharepoint list for user:

HTML
C#
PYTHON
JAVA

If user selects :

PYTHON
C/C++
>>> it is patching C/C++ successfully

If user selects:
C/C++
PYTHON
>>> not patching the record

Please suggest where I am wrong, thank you.

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WarrenBelz
Super User
Super User

Hi @jTiwari ,

Try this

ForAll(
   ComboBox2.SelectedItems as aPatch,
   If(
      IsBlank(
         LookUp(
            'IW Profiles', 
            Email = User().Email && 
            Skill = aPatch.Title
         ).Skill
      ),
      Patch(
         'IW Profiles', 
         Defaults('IW Profiles'),
         {
            Title : User().FullName,
            Email : User().Email,
            'Added On' : Now(),
            Skill : aPatch.Title
         }
      )
   )
);

 

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WarrenBelz
Super User
Super User

Hi @jTiwari ,

Try this

ForAll(
   ComboBox2.SelectedItems as aPatch,
   If(
      IsBlank(
         LookUp(
            'IW Profiles', 
            Email = User().Email && 
            Skill = aPatch.Title
         ).Skill
      ),
      Patch(
         'IW Profiles', 
         Defaults('IW Profiles'),
         {
            Title : User().FullName,
            Email : User().Email,
            'Added On' : Now(),
            Skill : aPatch.Title
         }
      )
   )
);

 

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.

jTiwari
New Member

Thank you @WarrenBelz  🙂

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