So I have an app designed to have evaluations. And I put a dropdown filtering a dataverse table the human ressources appartement made with all the names (identifiant) and the status (En_Activité) of all the employes, whether they are working or not on the company.
Now, I have designed whether a person can evaluate or not another person, but even if this person can evaluate another one, this person could also be evaluated. So a person could be evaluated by another person but themselves.
So, this dropdown list is useful to choose who is the person you will be evaluating, but I want to hide the value according to the full name of the person who is using the app to evaluate according to the currentUser().FullName.
For the moment I have this code on the dropdown value:
'suivi de personnel dimension personnel';
En_activité = 'En_activité (suivi de personnel dimension personnel)'.Oui); "cr915_identifiant"; Ascending)
So in other words, I want to put something like "If (cr915_identifiant=currentUser().FullName)), hide"
Thanks for your help
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Hi @PowerAppsMx ,
If I am reading this correctly, on the Visible of the control
!(cr915_identifiant = currentUser().FullName)
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