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Date Time Field in Share Point list

I am creating an application.   I'm trying to use a date picker and 2 drop downs to create a date-time value I can use to update a date time filed in sharepoint.

 

I have created a time date value with this formula, then displayed in a label called TimeDateLabel.

DatePicker1.SelectedDate + Time(Value(Dropdown1.Selected.Value),Value(Dropdown2.Selected.Value),0)

 

 

Then I am trying to update a time date field in a SharePoint list with the Patch statement below

 

Patch('Restart Log',Gallery1.Selected,{Platform:TextInput1.Text,Product:TextInput1_1.Text,Service:TextInput1_2.Text,Customer:TextInput1_3.Text,Hardware:TextInput1_4.Text,Start:TimeDateLabel})

 

I have played with it and can update all columns except my time date column.   Gives me an unexpected error.   Am I creating the lable incorrectly?   Or something wrong with my patch statement?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Super User
Super User

Re: Date Time Field in Share Point list

@Power-Tim 

I think the issue is your Start column expects a Date value but you are supplying a Text value.

 

You could address the issue like by providing a date to the PATCH instead like this.

Patch(
    'Restart Log',
    Gallery1.Selected, 
    {
        Platform:TextInput1.Text,
        Product:TextInput1_1.Text,
        Service:TextInput1_2.Text,
        Customer:TextInput1_3.Text,
        Hardware:TextInput1_4.Text,
        Start: (DatePicker1.SelectedDate
               + Time(Value(Dropdown1.Selected.Value),
                 Value(Dropdown2.Selected.Value), 0))
    }
)

 

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Super User
Super User

Re: Date Time Field in Share Point list

@Power-Tim 

I think the issue is your Start column expects a Date value but you are supplying a Text value.

 

You could address the issue like by providing a date to the PATCH instead like this.

Patch(
    'Restart Log',
    Gallery1.Selected, 
    {
        Platform:TextInput1.Text,
        Product:TextInput1_1.Text,
        Service:TextInput1_2.Text,
        Customer:TextInput1_3.Text,
        Hardware:TextInput1_4.Text,
        Start: (DatePicker1.SelectedDate
               + Time(Value(Dropdown1.Selected.Value),
                 Value(Dropdown2.Selected.Value), 0))
    }
)

 

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