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Anonymous
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Inquire about Power Apps related to quantity check

Hi. I have a question about creating a quantity checking app.

Check quantity and update quantity.

However, when I scan the product again, the deleted lines are regenerated.

I used "collect" and "clear collect to check" the quantity.

Could you suggest a better way?

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v-xida-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Anonymous ,

Based on the sample app that you mentioned, I think it is not necessary to type formula within the OnChange property of the TextInput2.

If you type the following formula

 

Select(Icon4);SetFocus(Textinput2);

 

within the OnChange property of the TextInput2, it would add additional Blank/Empty Sku records, it makes no sense.

 

So please remove the formula from the OnChange property of the TextInput2, just use the "Check" icon to check quantity and update quantity.

7.JPG

 

Based on the needs that you mentioned, I think the Collect and ClearCollect could achieve your needs, I have not came up with better solution for your scenario.

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
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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Hi @Anonymous ,

Yeah, I agree with you. I think this issue is related to Status collection. Although, if you have removed the item from your Test3, but this original item still be existed in Status collection.

 

So when you fire the OnSelect property of the "Create collection" button again, the previous removed item would show up again within the Test3 colelction.

 

As an fixed solution, please set the OnSelect property of the "Remove" icon in your Gallery to following:

RemoveIf(Test3, Sku = ThisItem.Sku);
RemoveIf(Status, Sku = ThisItem.Sku);   // remove the corresponding item from your Status collection

Please try above solution, check if the issue is solved.

 

Best regards, 

Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
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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v-xida-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Anonymous ,

Based on the sample app that you mentioned, I think it is not necessary to type formula within the OnChange property of the TextInput2.

If you type the following formula

 

Select(Icon4);SetFocus(Textinput2);

 

within the OnChange property of the TextInput2, it would add additional Blank/Empty Sku records, it makes no sense.

 

So please remove the formula from the OnChange property of the TextInput2, just use the "Check" icon to check quantity and update quantity.

7.JPG

 

Based on the needs that you mentioned, I think the Collect and ClearCollect could achieve your needs, I have not came up with better solution for your scenario.

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
Anonymous
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Thanks for the answer. I type text

Onchage:

Is to use the keyboard enter key and the tab key.

If you delete that part, the keyboard won't work ...

This is not the problem with this app.

Step 1

1. Textinput1 : SKU Scan (e.g A,B,C)

2. Quantity : 1~ (e.g 1)

3. Keyboard : Enter key or Tab


Step2

Galley Collection Status View Update

A 1 Button : Remove Collection

B 1 Button : Remove Collection

C 1 Button : Remove Collection (Click)


Galley Collection Status View Update

A 1 Button : Remove Collection

B 1 Button : Remove Collection

Step3

1. Textinput1 : SKU Scan (e.g D)

2. Quantity : 1~ (e.g 1)

3. Keyboard : Enter key or Tab


Galley Collection Status View Update

A 1 Button : Remove Collection

B 1 Button : Remove Collection

C 1 Button : Remove Collection <-

In step 2, Galley > "Collection Status", SKU:C Line was deleted, but if you proceed to step 3, the deleted line 3 is regenerated and product D appears as line 4.
This is the problem. The part deleted in step 2 should not appear.

D 1 Button : Remove Collection


Let me show you the function you are using.

Button > Ceate Collection : Collect(Status,{Sku:'SKU Scan Data'.Text,Qty:Quantity.Text});ClearCollect(test2,GroupBy(Status,"Sku","Qtys"));ClearCollect(test3,AddColumns(test2,"합",Sum(Qtys,Qty)));Reset('SKU Scan Data')


Perhaps the remove button works in Collection: Test3, so
 In Collection Test3, it is deleted, but it is not deleted in the Collection: status. This seems to be the problem. (Step 2)

Hi @Anonymous ,

Yeah, I agree with you. I think this issue is related to Status collection. Although, if you have removed the item from your Test3, but this original item still be existed in Status collection.

 

So when you fire the OnSelect property of the "Create collection" button again, the previous removed item would show up again within the Test3 colelction.

 

As an fixed solution, please set the OnSelect property of the "Remove" icon in your Gallery to following:

RemoveIf(Test3, Sku = ThisItem.Sku);
RemoveIf(Status, Sku = ThisItem.Sku);   // remove the corresponding item from your Status collection

Please try above solution, check if the issue is solved.

 

Best regards, 

Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
Anonymous
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Hi @v-xida-msft 

 

Thanks to your help I solved the problem. Thank you very much.

I'm Korean, so I don't speak English very well. Sorry for not communicating well.

Please tell me if I can help you.

 

I want to ask one more question.

 
 

I want to join data 1 and data 2 in the picture. However, like 3,

only UPC corresponding to 1 is being joined. Can you join all UPCs like Gallery 4?

 

3. DropColumns(
RenameColumns(
AddColumns(
RenameColumns(
GroupBy(
Filter(
Locdetail,
LOCCode = TextInput1.Text),"UPC","ByUpc"),"UPC","UPC1"
),
"LocQTY",
Sum(
ByUpc,
LOCbyQty
),
"PackQty",
Sum(
Filter(
Packdetail,LOCCode = TextInput1.Text,UPC = UPC1),PackbyQty)),
"UPC1",
"UPC"
),"ByUpc")

 

 

# 4 I worked on what I know.

Can you proceed with the simple function like # 3?

 

4.Group By LOC/PackDetail button

 

Collect(Locdetail3,AddColumns(GroupBy(Locdetail,"UPC","LOCbyQty","A"),"QTy",Sum(A,LOCbyQty)),AddColumns(GroupBy(Packdetail,"UPC","LOCCode","B"),"QTy2",Sum(B,PackbyQty)))

 

4.Dataform

 

AddColumns(GroupBy(Locdetail3,"UPC","Fullouter"),"LocQty",Sum(Fullouter,QTy),"PackQty",Sum(Fullouter,QTy2))

 

 

Have a nice day.

 

 

Anonymous
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jHI @v-xida-msft 

 

You have solved the problem. Thank you !! ^^

Anonymous
Not applicable

May I ask one more question?
I'm Korean
Understand that English is awkward.
Thanks for every help!
 
UPC dataform # 1 data and # 2 data were combined to give the result of # 3. However, I want to make comparison data with all the combined UPCs like # 4. Is there a concise syntax like # 3?
 
I made # 4 with the knowledge I know. Please refer.
See Group Button and Data Format Syntax.
If there is a better way, can you ask me for an idea?
 
Have Nice Day!!!!

 

 

 

Hi @Anonymous ,

Have you solved your problem?

 

If you have solved your problem, or the solution I provided above could help in your scenario, please consider go ahead to click "Accept as Solution" to identify this thread has been solved.

 

If you have any other questions in your scenario, you could consider open a new thread, and describe your needs there, then we could help you in that new thread clearly.

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
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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