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lUC910
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Filter Bug

Hi,

with the latest update of powerapps I've found a bug(?) in Filter function.

This is the code:


Filter(UnitaLista, idAmbiente = ambienteId || id = -1)

 

and it worked well until last update.
Now, the error shown is:


Select of this control results in a Select cycle that is not allowed.

 

The main problem is that i have not made any changes to the application.

Thanks

 

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Xiaoxia
Power Apps
Power Apps

Hi @lUC910,

 

This error usually appears when control-A is trying to invoke control-B and control-B has been calling Control-A already.

It seems that you have the Filter formula on the Gallery.Items. Could you take a look at the Gallery.OnSelect? Probably there is "Select(Parent)" on it. Removing it should be good.

 

 

Thanks,

Xiaoxia

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Xiaoxia
Power Apps
Power Apps

Hi @lUC910,

 

This error usually appears when control-A is trying to invoke control-B and control-B has been calling Control-A already.

It seems that you have the Filter formula on the Gallery.Items. Could you take a look at the Gallery.OnSelect? Probably there is "Select(Parent)" on it. Removing it should be good.

 

 

Thanks,

Xiaoxia

Super!  Just saved me hours of time -- I'm sure!  

 

Thanks so much! 

Anonymous
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Thank you this worked with me.

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