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Function Remove

Hi,

 

I'm having a hard time, I wanted to use a button to delete a saved row in my SharePoint List. For example, delete the selected day row in DatePicker, for example.

 

I will use a button just to delete the data and save (above). So I do not need to use a Gallery in which I use edit.

"for example, on the "save" button, I want the data already entered earlier on this date to be deleted and then saved again. In order not to duplicate data"

Is it possible to do that ?

 

i'm trying this.. but not working

RemoveIf(
    DataTurno_v1,
    IsBlank(MyDay=Day(SelectedDate)) = true,
    IsBlank(MyTurno=SelectedTurno) = true
)

 

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Re: Function Remove

Hi @Anonymous,

 

Can you explain on the condition that you used in this formula? About the part:

IsBlank(MyDay=Day(SelectedDate)) = true,
    IsBlank(MyTurno=SelectedTurno) = true

 

Syntax of IsBlank should be IsBlank( Value ), which checks if the value is blank or not. You cannot put a formula like XXX=XXX in the Value part.

 

If you want to delete all the items that have blank values in MyDay and MyTurno fields, then the formula should be:

RemoveIf(
    DataTurno_v1,
    IsBlank(MyDay) = true,
    IsBlank(MyTurno) = true
)

Or if you want to delete all the items that have selected date from a date picker control in MyDay and MyTurno fields, then the formula should be:

RemoveIf(
    DataTurno_v1,
    MyDay= DatePicker1.SelectedDate,
    MyTurno=DatePicker1.SelectedDate
)

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Community Support

Re: Function Remove

Hi @Anonymous,

 

Can you explain on the condition that you used in this formula? About the part:

IsBlank(MyDay=Day(SelectedDate)) = true,
    IsBlank(MyTurno=SelectedTurno) = true

 

Syntax of IsBlank should be IsBlank( Value ), which checks if the value is blank or not. You cannot put a formula like XXX=XXX in the Value part.

 

If you want to delete all the items that have blank values in MyDay and MyTurno fields, then the formula should be:

RemoveIf(
    DataTurno_v1,
    IsBlank(MyDay) = true,
    IsBlank(MyTurno) = true
)

Or if you want to delete all the items that have selected date from a date picker control in MyDay and MyTurno fields, then the formula should be:

RemoveIf(
    DataTurno_v1,
    MyDay= DatePicker1.SelectedDate,
    MyTurno=DatePicker1.SelectedDate
)

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

View solution in original post

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Anonymous
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Re: Function Remove

Hi Mona!

Thank you!!!

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