In my form, I m doing a lookup to a secondary SharePoint list to retrieve the "Type of Purchase/Spend". My items value is currently VendorDataList.'Vendor Type', where VendordataList is my data source and Vendor Type is the field I want to return.
Unfortunately, the list they are using is used for other lookup values and not all entries have a "Vendor Type".
Currently, I am getting all the values, including those that don't have a Vendor. So, when you start scrolling down, all the "Empty" Vendor types" are returned as well:
I tried to write a filter method, but can't seem to figure out the actual filter statement to enter to filter out the "empty" ones?
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Have you already tried using ISBLANK like this? I believe this would avoid delegation warnings.
Filter(your_datasource_name,IsBlank(your_column) = false)
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