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Display Sharepoint combo box values

Hello,

 

I have a combo box in Sharepoint list for "Market" column. Users can select multiple markets for their records for a vendor. The App I'm building allows the user to search for a vendor and if someone already added markets for it, it will display them. From home screen, user will search for a vendor. If the vendor is found, it takes them to a detail screen that shows the vendor name, their market, and other attributes in a Fetch gallery. All other attributes are displaying in the Fetch gallery except the market. I'm having trouble displaying the values in a Dropdown control box or a label (any would do).

 

I've tried "ThisItem.Market.Value" but it throws the incompatible table values error. I've also tried adding a dropdown control and gave said Items = Choices(VendorSource.Market) but that does not return anything in display mode. Can anyone give me guidance on how to solve this issue?

 

Thanks

 

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Using Concat in a label (with concatenate to space separate the values) works for me inside a gallery control - I don't think it is possible to put a table inside a gallery. scrn.png

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Can you display them in a table control? Or their own gallery? Since this is a multiselect, I'm guessing the .Value is repeating....

Tried, still not showing. It is multiple value though you are right.

So, I tried this in a simple sample app - in mine, I'm moving from a gallery to a form, and I had to put the data table outside of the form - but it did display my items. I set the items property to the .Value of my multi-select, and then had to select the "Value" field for display. Pardon my weird test data. 🙂

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I should add - I just tried adding a display form to a new screen and my multi-select displayed correctly there too - are you using a form control for display?

Aha! that was the missing piece. I was trying to fetch from data source instead of the gallery. GalleryList.Selected.Market works. Thank you!

 

However, it's only bringing in the Market values for a particular vendor if I click on it. Which is fine if there's only one vendor but I have multiple. Is there a way to make the Table go inside the GalleryList so each Vendor will display their respective market(s) along with the rest of their attributes?

Using Concat in a label (with concatenate to space separate the values) works for me inside a gallery control - I don't think it is possible to put a table inside a gallery. scrn.png

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That worked. Thank you!!

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