Dear community members,
I would appreciate some help with my gallery. The formula Items=GalleryDisPo.Selected.palletInspects used to work fine.
But not anymore. Now, data is not even picked in the formula window.
Switching off "Explicit column selection" has no effect.
Some research popped up a render option in settings, but I am not able to find. I suppose it is not available any more. Correct??
Thanks in advance for your time.
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Yes, so you'll need a Filter formula in that Items property of the second gallery!
Judging the infos you provided, most probably the poid column form palletInspects table is a lookup column linked to po table. In this case, the suitable formula for the Items property in the your GalleryPalletInspect should be:
Filter( palletInspects, poid.poCd = GalleryDisPo.Selected.poCd )
Hope it helps !
I would take a look at the GalDispPo to determine where the problem is. According to your description, it is not returning anything, so I would look at the Items property on that gallery to find the source of the problem.
If you are not able to determine it, please provide the Items property for that gallery.
I hope this is helpful for you.
Your quick response is very much appreciated.
Not really sure if the formula window should be showing all the records in that entity/table.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Hi again Randy,
Looking at the formula window on GalleryPalletInspect, looks like working fine. It returns the selected item in GalleryDisPo.
So, your main gallery is using the pos list and your other gallery is using the PalletInspects of that list. So what is that column?
Well you obviously want the selected information from the main gallery, but what is palletInspects?
I'm a little rusty on the DataVerse side of things, but I believe you want to have your second Gallery filter the PalletInspections list by the po selected in the main gallery.
You are correct, my target is filtering the PalletInspections list by the po selected in the main gallery.
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