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david_castillo
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Fields do not revert on conditions (Rules set) in PowerApps

Hello,

 

I am facing the issue of fields showing even though they satisfy the conditions set by other fields. Here is the actual problem:

 

Video of the issue

 

In text form, I have set the fields in that form to hide when the Request Type is blank (Using Rules in PowerApps IsBlank function). Based on the type of request, different fields would show up. On the video, you can see that it performs well based on the conditions of each request. But when I clear the Request Type field, it is showing everything and not hiding them based on the original IsBlank condition.

 

I thought of putting a reset button to clear that field value but I would like to know if there's a way to do this to have it automated and not have the user click a button to reset.

 

Thanks,

David

 

 

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Hi @davidcastillo,

 

In your screenshot, your formula missed ".Selected" part. For dropdown controls to check the value exists or not, you need to use DropdownName.Selected.

 

Regards,

Mona

 

 

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v-monli-msft
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Hi @david_castillo,

 

I cannot reproduce your issue. Assume that your Request Type is a Choice/Lookup column. I used below rule configuration:

 

DataCardValue15 is the dropdown name of a lookup column. (I also tested with choice column. Both works)
Capture.PNG

 

When I clear the data in the dropdown, Status data card would become invisible. Please share your condition formula in the rules, maybe with a screenshot.

 

Regards,

Mona

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Hi @v-monli-msft

 

Here is a screenshot of the Rule I made to hide the other fields. It's the same as yours but when I clear it, it's not showing all of the fields:

 

This is the screenshot

http://uploads.technograffy.com/tQAL

 

This is the video me showing you the PowerApps form and navigating to SharePoint list (upon publishing) to check the app

http://uploads.technograffy.com/tQWD

 

And yes, my Request Type is a choice column. The demo above is when I use customize forms, but it's also the same on a PowerApps application.

 

 

 

@v-monli-msft follow-up please, thanks!

Hi @davidcastillo,

 

In your screenshot, your formula missed ".Selected" part. For dropdown controls to check the value exists or not, you need to use DropdownName.Selected.

 

Regards,

Mona

 

 

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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Solved! Thanks, Mona!

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