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johnjohn123
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Disable a Button if the user did not select any value inside the dropdown

I have a dropdown + button, now i want to enable the button only if the user select a value inside the dropdown, so inside the Button's Display mode i added this formula:-

 

do1.png

 

but the button will always be disabled.. any advice?

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sivaecl
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Hi @johnjohn123 ,

 

I tried to recreate your use-case and here is a solution that seems to work based on what you have mentioned -

  1. Insert a combobox instead of a dropdown (Combobox1, in my example. If you want to have only a single value selected from a user, you can turn "Allow multiple selection" off
  2. The Button's DisplayMode can be set to this -

 

If(ComboBox1.Selected.Value = Blank(),Disabled,Edit)

 

  • When there is no value selected, the button will be disabledsivaecl_0-1631856074573.png

     

  • When a value is selected, the button will go into Edit modesivaecl_1-1631856117969.png

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rampprakash
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Hello @johnjohn123,

 

I have created a Drop Down with Item as ["","1","2"]

rampprakash_0-1631858115360.png

 

in Display Mode of button

 

rampprakash_1-1631858160689.png

 

If(IsBlank(dropDownValue.Selected.Value),DisplayMode.Disabled,DisplayMode.Edit)

 

Check if the Drop Down Value is null, if null Disabled else Edit

 

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Ethan_R
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Hi @johnjohn123 ,

 

Use this on button property 'DisplayMode' insert this formula

If(CountRows(ComboBox.SelectedItems) = 0, DisplayMode.Disabled, DisplayMode.Edit)

 

Hope this helps.

@Ethan_Ri am using dropdpwn not combobox..

Ethan_R
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Hi @johnjohn123 ,

No problem,

Use this then,

If(IsBlank(Dropdown1.Selected), DisplayMode.Disabled, DisplayMode.Edit)

 

For this, you will require 'AllowEmptySelection' property of Dropdown set as true

 

Hope this helps

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