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YamiteKudasai
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Helper III

[HELP] - LookUp Delegation

Hello Everyone, 

Good day!

 

I have a list in sharepoint that contains Request as LookUP column. 

How to use LookUp or Filter the proper way to remove the delegation warnings.

 

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Ramole
Super User
Super User

hI @YamiteKudasai 

Please see this post https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Building-Power-Apps/Lookup-function-delegation-warning/m-p/89229... 

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WarrenBelz
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Super User

Hi @YamiteKudasai ,

Firstly, the functions LookUp and Filter in themselves fully support Delegation, so that is not the issue. You need to ensure (among other things) that all the field types in your LookUp support Delegation. What type of field is Request?

I also have a blog that may assist.

 

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Request is a LookUP column from other list.

WarrenBelz
Super User
Super User

Hi @YamiteKudasai ,

This does nothing other than take away the warning - you still have a delegation issue with that column type - I have not used them in many years and they are generally completely unnecessary and will cause you a lot more problems than this one - but try this

LookUp(
   AddColumns(
      Comments,
      "RequestID",
      Request.Id
   ),
   RequestID = gvCurrentRequest.ID
)

You might also have a read of of this blog of mine.

 

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