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amydixanne
Helper I
Helper I

Help - Savings Powerapps to Sharepoint

Hi all,

 

I am creating a new powerapp to work with a Sharepoint list which is integrated into Teams.

I am using the "Save" button on the Sharepoint list rather than creating my list.

I have completed the Sharepoint Integration bits (onsave, on reset etc). I am struggling to get patch to work in the "OnSave" so it currently is not saving the affected user.

Also, I have tried on the OnSave to navigate to a confirmation page which does not work. Is there a way to get the "New" form to close automatically when the "Save" button is clicked?

 

Thanks in advance!

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Mr-Dang-MSFT
Power Apps
Power Apps

Hi @amydixanne,

By default, the OnSave action is set to:

SubmitForm(SharePointForm1)

This saves the record and exits the app afterwards.

 

If you choose to use Patch instead, you might need to manually do an Exit():

Patch(your_formula_here);
Exit()

And if you want the user to see a success screen, you would write a navigate formula.

Patch(your_formula_here);
Navigate(SuccessScreen,Fade)

Then you could insert a timer on the SuccessScreen that automatically Exits the app OnTimerEnd.

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Mr-Dang-MSFT
Power Apps
Power Apps

Hi @amydixanne,

By default, the OnSave action is set to:

SubmitForm(SharePointForm1)

This saves the record and exits the app afterwards.

 

If you choose to use Patch instead, you might need to manually do an Exit():

Patch(your_formula_here);
Exit()

And if you want the user to see a success screen, you would write a navigate formula.

Patch(your_formula_here);
Navigate(SuccessScreen,Fade)

Then you could insert a timer on the SuccessScreen that automatically Exits the app OnTimerEnd.

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