I am modifying an out of the box search field which then filters the gallery. The data is imported by an SPO data connection (list).
In the gallery I have:
SortByColumns(Filter(ControlRoomContacts, StartsWith(Title, TextSearchBox1.Text)), "COMPANY", If(SortDescending1, Descending, Ascending))
So the StartsWith function then looks within the Title field but it only looks for a search that starts with. For example:
If someone searches for Library, it will only find something in the Title field that STARTS WITH library. What if I want it to search in the title field for something like Cafe Library instead?
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Hi - I would very much appreciate an example of this solution, where the suggestion is to replace "StartsWith" with the "in" Operator. In my example:
SortByColumns(Filter('DataSource', StartsWith(FieldName000, TextSearchBox1.Text)), "FieldName000", If(SortDescending1, Descending, Ascending))
How would I correctly replace "StartsWith" with the "in" Operator, so that using this expression searches the whole of FieldName000 for any input entered in TextSearchBox1.Text - instead of it only checking the Start of the Field for a match?
Hey there check this sample code to replace StartsWith with in
ClearCollect(Contacts, SortByColumns(Filter(Office365.ContactGetItems(DropdownContact.Selected.Value).value, TextInputSearchContact.Text in DisplayName), "DisplayName"))
I am looking for a little help. I have a gallery and it is working as it is meant to, however, i kinda need it not to work as it should. What i need is for it not to show all the list from the search (filter) What i need is to enter the employee number at the search and not to show everyone when the box is empty. i need it to only show the person who's number is typed in after it is typed in. This is the code i have on the Items:
Filter(Employees, StartsWith(Cal, TextSearchBox1_1.Text))
Any help would be great.
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