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Rodrigo_N
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Error "Expression SectorID eq null is not supported"

Hello!

 

On my PowerApps application, I have a dropdown that has its allowed values based on the selected value of another dropdown, using the filter function below: 

 

Filter([@MasterData_Subcategory]; SectorID = DataCardValue14.Selected.CategoryID)

 

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However, the following error shows when I run the app: "Expression SectorID eq null is not supported"

 

I don't understand why this error is showing up since there are no null values in any of the tables (I've attached both in this post) and every value has a match, ensuring that there are no comparisons that would return null values. Could you help me with this? Thanks!

 

 

 

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WarrenBelz
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Hi @Rodrigo_N ,

This post may assist - one of the (many) issues with using Excel as a data source when things get a bit complex.

 

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