Hi Guys: I'm new at this and I would really appreciate any help.
I'm trying to create this app to display the distance between two locations. I have everything stored in a list called mileage_distance please see a snap of my list below.
I created two dropdown boxes for the user to select From their current location To their final Location. Please see the snap below
When the user selects From and To, The value associated with those two locations should display in the "Value should display here" text box. For Example, I selected From Board Office To ALP therefore the value 3.3 should display in the "Value should display here" text box.
Thanks for your help in advance.
Hi @Altontait ,
try this in your label value
Lookup(mileage_distance, Title = dropdown1.selected.value, dropdown2.selected.value).dropdown2.selected.value
Not sure how often your locations will change, but I recommend you refactor your data. Otherwise you'll always be adding columns to account for locations, and rows.
This way, you would be simply filtering (as a Lookup) the list based on the drop down values.
If you added a new location, it would simply be a case of adding the rows for that new location relative to the existing locations, instead of also having to add columns and update the app.
I'll look into this but the location and the distance will always be the same. The list of FROM locations is the same as the list of TO location.
Add a list of Locations, and have the TO and FROM be lookups to that same list.
You'd always have the same distance regardless of X being the TO, and Y being the FROM, or vice-versa.
That way, you just need a single record to represent the relative distance. Alternatively, you could define the relationship from both ways but that effectively duplicates data.
Your Drop Down could reference the list and you'd simply LookUp to find the row where that combo was found defined from either direction.
I can't seem to get this working. Im not sure if it's because I'm using the ShowColumns function to display the columns in my text box.
I attached the milage distance list just in case you would like to take a look at it
I was thinking about your solution, and I'm not sure if rearranging the list is the best option because it's a lot of data that won't be changing and im just looking for a simple solution that can work with my current data. This is hard for me to figure out because i am just learning PowerAps
I attached the excel document below, please review it and let me know if you have a solution that can work with my data.
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