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jobender
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Conditonal formatting on a bit field is not working on iOS

I have a Power App where I am showing Credit Hold as a YES/NO field as translated from a bit true/false field.  Furthermore, if the value is YES, the font is red.

 

Everything works as expected in the PowerApp designer on both the App and Web Preview, but when I download the changes to my iPhone, the field value does not show at all.

 

Below are my condition statements and results.  Has anyone seen this before?  If so, how did you resolve the issue?

 

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On my field I am translating the bit from true/false to YES/NO and color coding it appropriately...

 

PA1.png

When I test it in the app, it works as expected...

 

PA2.pngPA3.png

But on the iPhone, the field does not show at all for either value...

 

PA4.jpg

 

 

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jobender
Microsoft
Microsoft

I got it working, the correct formulas were...

 

Text:  If (Parent.Default = "true", "Yes", "No")

 

Color:   If (Parent.Default = "true", RGBA(255, 0, 0, 1), RGBA(47, 41, 43, 1))

 

The results are as expected in the browser and on the iPhone...

 

20170601_211552000_iOS.png

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v-monli-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi Jobender,

 

Is this only not working on iOS? Have you tried with android phone?

 

What is your data source? What is the original data of the Credit Hold column? I will try to reproduce your issue by creating a similar app.

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

I have not tried an Android phone.  The Credit Hold field is a bit field within the Common Data Model on the account entity.

jobender
Microsoft
Microsoft

I got it working, the correct formulas were...

 

Text:  If (Parent.Default = "true", "Yes", "No")

 

Color:   If (Parent.Default = "true", RGBA(255, 0, 0, 1), RGBA(47, 41, 43, 1))

 

The results are as expected in the browser and on the iPhone...

 

20170601_211552000_iOS.png

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