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Connect a [choices] in a detail screen to another detail screen with a different datasource

So in my OrdersEditScreen of datasource [Order], I have a data card where I can select the different customers associated with an order via an ID called "CustomerID" from the [Customer] datasource. After selecting from the choices and saving, the "CustomerID" will then be displayed in the OrdersDetailScreen. I would like to add an OnSelect icon in the data card where it will navigate to the CustomerDetailScreen to show the details of the [Customer] datasource based on the selection in my data card.


For example, if I select ID=Chao, I would like the screen to navigate to the CustomerDetailScreen of ID=Chao when I press the (••• More) icon on the right. Similarly, if I select another ID, the details of that ID will be shown instead when clicked. 

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I tried the Navigate(CustomerDetailScreen,None) for the icon but it does not respond when clicked. Am I missing something?

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@Chao Make sure the icon control is at front & not sent behind the other controls in data card. If this is the case, Bring a icon control forward


Also, make sure the DisplayMode property of icon is set to Edit.

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Thanks for replying, the icon is already in forward and in edit mode yet it doesn't work.


Also, for the datasource of CustomerDetailScreen, it has to refer to the ID selected in the OrdersDetailScreen. Yet it needs to pull data from [Customer] to display customer details associated with the ID, so is it possible to make this work?

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