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AGS94
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Filtering a ComboBox

 

I see there are other similar posts on this topic, but for some reason I can't wrap my head around my specific issue.

 

I am needing to move from a DropDown to a ComboBox in my app (ultimate goal is to show two lines per item in the ComboBox).

 

The following formula works great in my dropdown, but I cannot figure out what changes I need to make for it to work in the ComboBox:

 

Filter(CollPtAPrd,Value(GrpTot)=Max(CollPtAPrd,GrpTot)).Product

I am getting an "unexpected characters" error.

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AGS94
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Brain-skip moment. Could have sworn I had already tried this, but apparently not. Just needed to remove the ".Product" from the end as follows:

 

Filter(CollPtAPrd,Value(GrpTot)=Max(CollPtAPrd,GrpTot))

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AGS94
Resolver I
Resolver I

Brain-skip moment. Could have sworn I had already tried this, but apparently not. Just needed to remove the ".Product" from the end as follows:

 

Filter(CollPtAPrd,Value(GrpTot)=Max(CollPtAPrd,GrpTot))

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