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MShelnutt
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Gallery choice redirects to another page to edit?

Is it possible to select a gallery item and it redirect the user to another page for editing?

For example, lets say the user sees a gallery list and wants to select one for editing-

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Then when selected, it opens that particular item up on Screen 3 maybe in a edit form(?) and then they can save the changes back to SharePoint, and it redirects back to Screen 2 where the Gallery is and it is now updated.

 

Is this possible?  And if so, how.

 

Thanks!

 

 

 

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MShelnutt
Helper IV
Helper IV

I found a video by Reza Dorrani that was perfect for this-

https://youtu.be/9gI9OscTLD0 

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StalinPonnusamy
Community Champion
Community Champion

This is possible. On gallery window Select(Parent);Navigate(EditScreen1). Same way on Edit screen Save and Navigate to Galley

@StalinPonnusamy when I save the EditForm, what is the formula for patching the current SharePoint record?

StalinPonnusamy
Community Champion
Community Champion

Patch(Employee,
Defaults(Employee),
{Lookup:{'@odata.type':"#Microsoft.Azure.Connectors.SharePoint.SPListExpandedReference",
Id:Gallery1.Selected.ID,
Value:Gallery1.Selected.Title}
}
)

@MShelnutt 

If you are in an EditForm, you will NOT want to Patch anything, you will want to SubmitForm

 

So, on your Edit Screen in the EditForm, set the Item property to: yourGalleryName.Selected

In the "save" that you have, put the following formula:  SubmitForm(yourFormName)

In the OnSuccess action of the Form, put the following: Back()

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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MShelnutt
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I found a video by Reza Dorrani that was perfect for this-

https://youtu.be/9gI9OscTLD0 

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RandyHayes
Super User
Super User

@MShelnutt 

It's fine, but his video highlight what not to do with multiple forms - Patch!!  When you use his method, you lose the functionality of the EditForm.  If you'd like to see how to do it properly and NOT lose the functionality of the form, then you can watch my video on the subject.

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