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anon23u9412
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Error when trying to join 2 SharePoint Lists in a gallery

I am trying to include the CoE data (A multi-value LookUp column from another table) along with the relevant data taken from 'Employee_Skill - MySkills'. I will be using the CoE values to filter this data.

 

I understand that the way to join lists like this is to use AddColumns and Lookup however I'm getting the error:

'Incompatible types for comparison. These types can't be compared: Number, Table.'

 

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Employee_Skill - MySkills

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Skill is a LookUp value taken from 'Skills - MySkills' and User_ID is my email

 

 

Skills - MySkills 

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Any help would be greatly appreciated !

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On button Onselect, i tried below formula and it worked for me - 

Clear(colTP1);Clear(colTP2); Collect(colTP1, AddColumns(EmployeeSkills, "IDNew", ID)); Collect(colTP2, AddColumns(colTP1, "ColumnNewName", LookUp(SkillsList, Title = LookUp(EmployeeSkills, ID=IDNew).Skill.Value, CoE)))
In above formula,

EmployeeSkills is 'Employee_Skill - MySkills'

and SkillsList is Skills - MySkills'

Now you can use colTP2 collect in your gallery and add a label to it

On Text property of label you can add below formula to check -

Concat(ThisItem.ColumnNewName.Value, Value, ",")


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NandiniBhagya20
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Hi,

Can you please share the formula in which you are getting error.


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AddColumns(Filter('Employee_Skill - MySkills', Title=User().Email), "CoE", LookUp('Skills - MySkills', ID = 'Employee_Skill - MySkills'.'Skill: ID', CoE))

On button Onselect, i tried below formula and it worked for me - 

Clear(colTP1);Clear(colTP2); Collect(colTP1, AddColumns(EmployeeSkills, "IDNew", ID)); Collect(colTP2, AddColumns(colTP1, "ColumnNewName", LookUp(SkillsList, Title = LookUp(EmployeeSkills, ID=IDNew).Skill.Value, CoE)))
In above formula,

EmployeeSkills is 'Employee_Skill - MySkills'

and SkillsList is Skills - MySkills'

Now you can use colTP2 collect in your gallery and add a label to it

On Text property of label you can add below formula to check -

Concat(ThisItem.ColumnNewName.Value, Value, ",")


Did you like my post? Please give it a thumbs up! Did I resolve your issue? Please click Accept as Solution to close the topic and so other members of the community can find solutions more easily.

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