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Helper III
Helper III

DataTable with 2 Sharepointlists

Hello Forum,

i have a Problem and i guess it's a little tricky.

 

I have a DataTable with connect to a SharePointList und gets Data. This works fine.

 

SortByColumns(
Filter(
SharePointList;
If(
Status.Value = "Belehrung";
Mitgliedsnummer = verstossMeldenMitglNr And Status.Value = "Belehrung";
true
);
If(
Status.Value = "Verstoß";
Mitgliedsnummer = verstossMeldenMitglNr And Status.Value = "Verstoß" And Author.Email = User().Email;
true
)
);
"Kontrolliert_x0020_am";
Descending
)

 

Is it Possible to get data from 2 SharePointLists at the same time

 

e.g. Show Data in the datatable from List 1 and List 2 mixed at same time?

 

Thanks

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Super User III
Super User III

@Tamer66 

The solution is pretty straightforward to implement if you use collections.  Are you comfortable using collections?

 

Here's an example. I have two lists: MyList1 [1,2,3] and MyList2 [4,5,6].  I can set them up with the following code.

 

ClearCollect(MyList1,{value:1},{value:2},{value:3});
ClearCollect(MyList2,{value:4},{value:5},{value:6});

 

I want MyList3 to holds the values from both tables [1,2,3,4,5,6] so I can use this code to make the join

 

ClearCollect(MyList3,MyList1,MyList2);

 

There are two things you must consider before using my method:

1.  Any code using the ClearCollect function must be placed in a behaviour based property such as OnVisible, OnSelect, OnStart, etc.  You cannot directly enter it into the Items property of a data table or gallery.

2.  My assumption is the column names in your 2 Sharepoint Lists match each other

 

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Super User III
Super User III

@Tamer66 

The solution is pretty straightforward to implement if you use collections.  Are you comfortable using collections?

 

Here's an example. I have two lists: MyList1 [1,2,3] and MyList2 [4,5,6].  I can set them up with the following code.

 

ClearCollect(MyList1,{value:1},{value:2},{value:3});
ClearCollect(MyList2,{value:4},{value:5},{value:6});

 

I want MyList3 to holds the values from both tables [1,2,3,4,5,6] so I can use this code to make the join

 

ClearCollect(MyList3,MyList1,MyList2);

 

There are two things you must consider before using my method:

1.  Any code using the ClearCollect function must be placed in a behaviour based property such as OnVisible, OnSelect, OnStart, etc.  You cannot directly enter it into the Items property of a data table or gallery.

2.  My assumption is the column names in your 2 Sharepoint Lists match each other

 

---
Please click "Accept as Solution" if my response helped to solve your issue so that others may find it more quickly. If your thought the post was helpful please give it a "Thumbs Up."

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