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How to transpose a sharepoint list in a data table in powerapps

Hello,

I have a single row where i have all 11 -12 team members names in different columns - now i want to access this sharepoint list in a data table in powerapps but i want to have all these team members names in a single column -how to achievethis?

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Re: How to transpose a sharepoint list in a data table in powerapps

@rupa1 

One possibility is to combine the columns into a semicolon separated string and then use the Split function to Split them on the semicolons into a Collection.  Then use the collection as the source for your DataTable.

 

 

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Re: How to transpose a sharepoint list in a data table in powerapps

@rupa1 

One possibility is to combine the columns into a semicolon separated string and then use the Split function to Split them on the semicolons into a Collection.  Then use the collection as the source for your DataTable.

 

 

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Re: How to transpose a sharepoint list in a data table in powerapps

Hi @rupa1 ,

Do you want to display multiple columns data in one column and display data in a data table?

Could you tell me:

1)those fields' data type?

2)if those fields are person type, whether those allow multiple value?

I suggest you use AddColumns function to add a new column with multiple fields' data.

1)If those fields are text type, you could set the data table's Items like this:

AddColumns(tablename,"newcolumn",field1&","&field2&","&field3&","&field4....)

 

2)If those fields are person type and not allow multiple value, you could set the data table's Items like this:

AddColumns(tablename,"newcolumn",field1.DisplayName&","&field2.DisplayName&","&field3.DisplayName&","&field4.DisplayName....)

 

3)If those fields are person type and  allow multiple value, you could set the data table's Items like this:

 

AddColumns(tablename,"newcolumn",Concat(field1,DisplayName&",")&","&Concat(field2,DisplayName&",")&","&Concat(field3,DisplayName&",")&","&Concat(field4,DisplayName&",")...
)

 

 

Then the new added column will contain multiple columns data.

 

 

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Helper I
Helper I

Re: How to transpose a sharepoint list in a data table in powerapps

Thank you for the help but my requirement is to transpose the table from row to column it and not add column with comma separated names. Example - I have two rows with 11 columns( team member names) - I need to have 11 rows with 1 column as team member.

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Re: How to transpose a sharepoint list in a data table in powerapps

@rupa1 

So, as I mentioned in my previous response, you can consider to combine the columns and then Split them into a table.

 

Ex.  You have columns called Name1, Name2, Name3, Name4 (yes, I know you have more, but to be brief and sight an example, we'll go with just 4)

ClearCollect(
    NameCollection,
    Split(yourRecord.Name1 & ";" & yourRecord.Name2 & ";" & yourRecord.Name3 & ";" & yourRecord.Name4, ";")
)

 

This will give you a Table called NameCollection that will have one column called Result that will have 4 rows in it.

If you'd like to rename the column to something else more meaningful (like TeamMember), you can do this:

ClearCollect(
    NameCollection,
    RenameColumns(
        Split(yourRecord.Name1 & ";" & yourRecord.Name2 & ";" & yourRecord.Name3 & ";" & yourRecord.Name4, ";"),
        "Result", "TeamMember"
    )
)
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Re: How to transpose a sharepoint list in a data table in powerapps

hello I am getting stuck in split option

1. I have created a concatenated column by using the ADDCOLUMN function- the column name as Team_member1_Column1( all names are now concatenated separated by comma (,)) 

2. when I am trying to create a collection only storing the contents in the Team_member1_Column1- this is not working 😞

ClearCollect(collection_name,Team_member1_Column1.FieldDisplayName,",")- please help as I am very new to powerapps

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Helper I
Helper I

Re: How to transpose a sharepoint list in a data table in powerapps

hi, 

i wanted to implement the same logic but i am failing to get the record name - i am storing the data in a concatenated column as Team_member1_Column1 and when i am trying to pull the contents of this column in a collection -its not working. please help.

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Re: How to transpose a sharepoint list in a data table in powerapps

yes ..it finally worked

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