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Helper III
Helper III

How can I access to the table ?

Hello All, 

 

I have A collection within is a Table. So my Question is how can i access to the tables?

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                            (name,firma, s)

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Community Support
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Re: How can I access to the table ?

Hi @Fatih1 ,

 

You can make a collection to show in the Gallery control for example. Just set the collection name in the Items property of the gallery control.

But collection is also one kind of variables in PowerApps. All variables are held in memory while the app runs. After the app closes, the values that the variables held are lost.

You can store the contents of a variable in a data source by using the Patch or Collect functions. 

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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Super User
Super User

Re: How can I access to the table ?

It depends on where you want to display the data. In general you use dot notation. 

example: First('CollectionName').Namebes.name will return the table of names from the first record in the collection



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Re: How can I access to the table ?

Hi @Fatih1 ,

 

You can make a collection to show in the Gallery control for example. Just set the collection name in the Items property of the gallery control.

But collection is also one kind of variables in PowerApps. All variables are held in memory while the app runs. After the app closes, the values that the variables held are lost.

You can store the contents of a variable in a data source by using the Patch or Collect functions. 

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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