I have two browse screen as I connected multiple data source in my app.
I have duplicated the first browse screen & Detail Screen and renamed appropriately and modified OnSelect Property for all the icons.
Now the problem is when i create a new Item (Connected to a SharePoint list), the form does not closes as expected, instead its displaying the existing record not the newly added items in editmode.
Problem is that the detail screen is not displaying the newly created item, but displaying the item that added earlier.
EditForm2 , Item = TimeReg_BrowseGallery.Selected
Submit icon , OnSelect = SubmitForm(EditForm2)
DetailForm2, Item = TimeReg_BrowseGallery.Selected
Edit Icon ,OnSelect = EditForm(EditForm1);Navigate(TidReg_EditScreen, ScreenTransition.None)
How to solve this issue.
In the OnSuccess property of the edit form, create a global variable from the immediately submitted form's ID.
Use this in the Item property in the display form
The typical pattern to do this is:
Put this code in the OnSelect property of the submit button
Place this code in the OnSuccess property of the form
Set(varLastRecord, Form1.LastSubmit); ViewMode(Form1); Navigate(next_screen, None);
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Have a doubt, in Navigate function should i give detail screen?
Set(varLastRecord, EditForm1.LastSubmit); ViewMode(EditForm1); Navigate(Canvas1, None);
Its giving error "Invocation of Unknown or unsupported function"
Your screen name should be in the Navigate and you need to refer to the field as suggested.
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