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Kass
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Hide button on model-driven app based on another field value

Hello,

I am trying the new "preview" functionality to edit the menu items in model-driven apps and already managed to add a button and make it launch a website when clicked. I am pretty new at all this btw.

 

Now, I am trying to make it visible only when "Active PI" field value is "Yes". So far, I was not successful and I was hoping someone from you could help me with this one.

 

What I have tried so far is:

  • if('Active PI (Organization).Yes', true, false)
  • if('Active PI (Organization).No', false)

 

Screenshot 2021-09-02 183537.png

 

Thank you,

Kastriot

 

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v-xiaochen-msft
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Hi @Kass ,

 

You could use the formula like this on visible property:

 

If(Self.Selected.Item.Test_Yes_No='Test_Yes_No (TestL12)'.Yes,true,false)

 

 

But after my test, I found that the function still has a bug.

 

For example:

If I have a record with a 'Yes' value ,The icon will show. Once you click it , the formula of onselect property will be executed. 

 

If I have a record with a 'No' value ,The icon will still show. But once you click it , the formula of onselect property will not be executed. It will report an error 'Component .... not found.'.

 

This seems to be a problem caused by the'Yes/No' column in command bar.

 

Best Regards,

Wearsky

 

 

 

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