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Gallery Control - Repeating Table

 

I am trying to customize my SharePoint Master list in which I need to have a repeating table to collect some repetitive information. This repetitive information needs to go on the secondary SharePoint list.

 

SharePoint List Details: Resolution of each issue needs several teams effort. Issues list is my master list & I am trying to capture the effort information in repeating table and trying to write to my Efforts list. 

 

I followed Shane's repeating table blog & video.

 

Question:

1. Why do I get the below error when I try to default the textinput to gallery collection item? Please note the error goes away if I do ThisItem.Item1.

2. How can I show my data in View & Edit forms?

 

I initialized  the gallery collection as below

ClearCollect(TestGalleryItems,{Item1:"",Item2:""})

 

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Re: Gallery Control - Repeating Table

@MalaMala 
The Default value likely should be this code instead.

ThisItem.Item1

 

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Re: Gallery Control - Repeating Table

@MalaMala 
The Default value likely should be this code instead.

ThisItem.Item1

 

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