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resteve
Helper I
Helper I

Datapicker default value no reset

is it possible that the Datapicker defaultvalue be the value of the field saved previously?

 

Now the defaultvaule is: "If(IsBlank(Fecha);Today();Fecha)"

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Sorry, I thought you were using Custom Sharepoint PowerApps. The control I was referring is this one:2018-06-18_17-02-34.png

 

 

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AlesonITC
Helper II
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So, you want to keep the value that the user select on the datapicker after you submit the form data for example?

Or you want to reset it to the initial value?

 

Regards.

Exactly, I want to keep the value that the user select on the datapicker after submit the form data.

You could do this:

 

DatePicker:

OnChange:

Set(Fecha, Picker.SelectedDate)

 

Default: 

If(IsBlank(Fecha), Parent.Default, Fecha)

I just tested this on a Sharepoint List Form PowerApps and it works.

Yes, it works correctly when I create a new item but it changes the value when the form is in edit mode.

Hmmm mine doesn't change whatever I do... check your OnEdit in the SharepointIntegration control or maybe something else that's being triggered on the Edit event.

Forgive mi ignorance, where is the SharepointIntegration control?

Sorry, I thought you were using Custom Sharepoint PowerApps. The control I was referring is this one:2018-06-18_17-02-34.png

 

 

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