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How to add another ON-START code?

Hey

I have this line of code in my ONSTART function:

 

ClearCollect(collAppUsers;Administratörer_SystemApp);;Set(IsUser;CountRows(Filter(collAppUsers;Lower(Rubrik) =Lower( User().Email))) = 1)

It checks if a useremail is in a sharepoint list (called administratörer_systemapp)

Then i put this on a button visible function

If(IsUser;true;false)

So if the users email is part of a list, then the button is visible.

 

This works great for me.

 

But now i have a need of adding another list to control other buttons that should be visible or not based on if the users email is part of that list.

How to add another "on start" line of code like the one above. i cant find a way of just adding it after the current one.

 

This is the "new" code with new list and new variable

ClearCollect(collAppUsers;AdminCreator_Systemapp);;Set(IsCreator;CountRows(Filter(collAppUsers;Lower(Rubrik) =Lower( User().Email))) = 1)

And then the idea is to put this on some buttons visible function

If(IsCreator;true;false)



But how to add this line of code after the one i already have?
I have tried ";" "&" ";;" and i still get different errors. What method is correct?

 

 

 

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Post Partisan
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Re: How to add another ON-START code?

I found the solution. Collappuser is a collection. I just had to rename it on the second code and now it works.

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Super User III
Super User III

Re: How to add another ON-START code?

Hi @Oskarkuus 

Double semi-colons should work for you (;;). Can you describe the error you see when you use this syntax?

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Post Partisan

Re: How to add another ON-START code?

screenshot: http://prntscr.com/ng7t8e

this error is what i get

can you see from this what i am doing wrong?

 

the error message is translated to: Function Lower contain arguments that are wrong......

 

 

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Super User III
Super User III

Re: How to add another ON-START code?

Hi @Oskarkuus 

Can you confirm what Rubrik is in your formula? Is this a field in colAppUsers? If so, what's the data type of this field (is it a text field?)

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Post Partisan

Re: How to add another ON-START code?

What is ColAppUser? I though it was som powerapp function.

I dont have any data source with that name.

RUBRIK = title (in swedish).
Title/rubrik is the first column in a sharepoint list. A text field containing my email adress.

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Post Partisan

Re: How to add another ON-START code?

I found the solution. Collappuser is a collection. I just had to rename it on the second code and now it works.

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