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vjcaldeira1
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HI all, I'm making a app. I get the datas with this cod 
Collect(UpdateProdutoQua; Filter('[dbo].[E_RECEBIMENTO_PRODUTO_QUALIDADE]';ID_VEICULO = varIdVeiculoQua && DESC_PROD = Gallery6.Selected.DESC_PROD) )
I need put the number of rows in eache line, I can add other line in this coolection, How Can I do this ?  I tried put Set(value:value +1) but this cod not run in for all. Thanks!!

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WarrenBelz
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Super User

Hi @vjcaldeira1 ,

You want to add a number column to your collection? Try this

ClearCollect(
   colTemp; 
   Filter(
      '[dbo].[E_RECEBIMENTO_PRODUTO_QUALIDADE]';
      ID_VEICULO = varIdVeiculoQua && DESC_PROD = Gallery6.Selected.DESC_PROD
   ) 
);;
Clear(UpdateProdutoQua);; 
ForAll(
   colTemp;
   Collect(
      UpdateProdutoQua;
      Last(
         FirstN(
            AddColumns(
               colTemp;
               "RowNumber";
               CountRows(UpdateProdutoQua) + 1
            );
            CountRows(UpdateProdutoQua) + 1
         )
      )
   )
);;
Clear(colTemp)

 

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WarrenBelz
Super User
Super User

Hi @vjcaldeira1 ,

You want to add a number column to your collection? Try this

ClearCollect(
   colTemp; 
   Filter(
      '[dbo].[E_RECEBIMENTO_PRODUTO_QUALIDADE]';
      ID_VEICULO = varIdVeiculoQua && DESC_PROD = Gallery6.Selected.DESC_PROD
   ) 
);;
Clear(UpdateProdutoQua);; 
ForAll(
   colTemp;
   Collect(
      UpdateProdutoQua;
      Last(
         FirstN(
            AddColumns(
               colTemp;
               "RowNumber";
               CountRows(UpdateProdutoQua) + 1
            );
            CountRows(UpdateProdutoQua) + 1
         )
      )
   )
);;
Clear(colTemp)

 

Please click Accept as solution if my post helped you solve your issue. This will help others find it more readily. It also closes the item. If the content was useful in other ways, please consider giving it Thumbs Up.

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You are fantastic, Thanks so much for help me ......

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