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jaina
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Error in storing data in Sharepoint list using PowerApps

Hi,

 

Can anyone help me?

I customized form in my SharePoint List using PowerApps but when I published the form, the data is displaying in the form but not storing in SharePoint List?

 

This is how it looks like with my displayed form

 

POWERAPPS FORM.PNG

But when i close the form, no data displayed in my SP list.

SP LIST.PNG

 

Note: Highlighted fields have lookup values from a different SP List source

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jaina
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Helper V

I just figured it out. The update formula in lookup dropdown Data Cards should be.

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WarrenBelz
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Hi @jaina ,

Have you changed anything on the SharePointIntegration OnSave property - it should just be 

SubmitForm(SharePointForm1)

 

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jaina
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Helper V

Hi @WarrenBelz , nope, and any other solution? thanks 

 

jaina_0-1617686490069.png

 

jaina
Helper V
Helper V

I just figured it out. The update formula in lookup dropdown Data Cards should be.

jaina_0-1617690499855.png

 

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