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coolBoiyJones
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Edit form does not show Radio button selection when i go back in

when i go back into edit form does not remember Radio Button selection. The Sharepoint list shows the values, yes/no, true/false.

There are also text boxes that show or hide depending on the value of the Radio button selection. They do not show when I go into the edit screen. Some of the Fields show, and some do not populate.

 

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RandyHayes
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@coolBoiyJones 

Ooops, sorry, spoke/wrote too quick.

The Default should be: ThisItem.Condition.Value

 

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RandyHayes
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@coolBoiyJones 

What type of column is the underlying field for the radio control?

What is the Default property of the Radio control?

 

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coolBoiyJones
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I believe they are Yes/No columns for the Radio Buttons. The default property is empty Quotes "".

RandyHayes
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@coolBoiyJones 

The default sets the value to be shown in the control...So if it is blank, then you will show nothing.

 

If the column is yes/no in your list, then it will depend on your Items property of the radio control as to what to display.  So, let's assume your Items property is ["Yes", "No"]

Then your Default would be If(Parent.Default, "Yes", "No")

 

 

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Thanks Randy. I will give it a try.

How can I check my Items property? I used that formula on the first Radio Button, which Shows Good Bad.

But powerapps does not like it. Shows an error in the formula.

coolBoiyJones
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The radio button Items property right now is, Choices('Trailer Inspection'.Condition),

RandyHayes
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@coolBoiyJones 

Okay, then is your underlying column a Choice or Yes/No?  You indicated it was Yes/No, so then what is the relationship of a yes or no value to a choice?

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I attached the Condition Radio button properties

RandyHayes
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@coolBoiyJones 

So then your underlying column is NOT a Yes/No column - it is a Choice column.

Then in that case, your Default property of your Radio control only needs to be: Parent.Default

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