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Resolver II
Resolver II

Is there a Three Options data type in CDS?

Hey everybody,

Just been asking myself if there‘s also a Three Options data type field as well as the Two Options data type (boolean) when adding fields to a CDS.

 

I need true, false and a default value like null or something...

 

If not, is there something similar?

 

Thanks so much for helping!

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Re: Is there a Three Options data type in CDS?

@ThePowerAppsGuy 

It's just called option set.  You can customize it any way you want.  There is a separate one called multiselect option sets. 

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Super User

Re: Is there a Three Options data type in CDS?

Annotation 2020-06-06 153231.pngHi @ThePowerAppsGuy 

You can use a Radio control and set three options.  For the Items property ["n/a","true","false"] You could set the default to "n/a". In the screenshot I set the Items property to ["","true","false"]

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Resolver II
Resolver II

Re: Is there a Three Options data type in CDS?

Hey @Drrickryp,

 

Thanks so much for your reply.

But is there a way to have three options as data type adding a field in the Common Data Service?

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Super User

Re: Is there a Three Options data type in CDS?

@ThePowerAppsGuy 

It's just called option set.  You can customize it any way you want.  There is a separate one called multiselect option sets. 

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Resolver II
Resolver II

Re: Is there a Three Options data type in CDS?

Thanks so much. Been my choice as well.

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