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Curiosity_user
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Is there a way to show the result of Defaultselecteditem to another textinput?

I have a dropdown with these properties:

Items:

Filter(Organizer,Title = LookUp(ExpenseReport, VersionNumber = Label10.Text).Region).NameOfTutor

 

Default Selected Items:

{Value : LookUp(Filter(ExpenseReport,VersionNumber=GroupOfRecords.Selected.VersionNumber), OrganizerType= "Lead Organizer",'OrganizerName')}

 

This dropdown will update an item in a certain column in my DetailsGallery.

Where when a Gallery Item have an Organizer Type of "Lead Organizer", it will copy the name that has been selected. There's a button that will update the sharepoint list for the changes.

 

The textinput property have this on Default :

If(OrganizerType.Text = "Lead Organizer",Record_Organizer.Selected.NameOfOrganizer,OrganizerType.Text = "2nd Organizer",Record_2ndOrganizer.Selected.NameOfOrganizer)

 

Issue:

When I open the page where my Galleries are, the initial Organizer resulted from the Defaultselecteditem of the dropdown is not showing in the Details Gallery. It will only show the name if I really selected it.

 

 

 

 

 

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WarrenBelz
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Hi @Curiosity_user ,

I would have thought that a Combo Box with the Items (note I have made a suggestion here to solve your Delegation issue)

With(
   {
      _Region:
      LookUp(
         ExpenseReport, 
         VersionNumber = Label10.Text
      ).Region
   },
   Filter(
      Organizer,
      Title = _Region 
   ).NameOfTutor
)

should have the DefaultSelectedItems of (also you do not need both Filter and LookUp)

{
   NameOfTutor: 
   LookUp(
      ExpenseReport,
      VersionNumber = GroupOfRecords.Selected.VersionNumber &&
      OrganizerType = "Lead Organizer"
   ).'OrganizerName'
}

and the output to reference would be

ComboBoxName.Selected.NameOfTutor

Is this what you are asking ?

 

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WarrenBelz
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Most Valuable Professional

Hi @Curiosity_user ,

I would have thought that a Combo Box with the Items (note I have made a suggestion here to solve your Delegation issue)

With(
   {
      _Region:
      LookUp(
         ExpenseReport, 
         VersionNumber = Label10.Text
      ).Region
   },
   Filter(
      Organizer,
      Title = _Region 
   ).NameOfTutor
)

should have the DefaultSelectedItems of (also you do not need both Filter and LookUp)

{
   NameOfTutor: 
   LookUp(
      ExpenseReport,
      VersionNumber = GroupOfRecords.Selected.VersionNumber &&
      OrganizerType = "Lead Organizer"
   ).'OrganizerName'
}

and the output to reference would be

ComboBoxName.Selected.NameOfTutor

Is this what you are asking ?

 

Please click Accept as solution if my post helped you solve your issue. This will help others find it more readily. It also closes the item. If the content was useful in other ways, please consider giving it Thumbs Up.

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Its not showing the default value. But if i replace the 'NameOfTutor' to Value, then it shows.

 

{
   NameOfTutor: 
   LookUp(
      ExpenseReport,
      VersionNumber = GroupOfRecords.Selected.VersionNumber &&
      OrganizerType = "Lead Organizer"
   ).'OrganizerName'
}

 

 

Output wise:

I need to determine first if that Tutor is a Lead or just the 2nd.

I have two combobox, One is for the name of the Leads and the other is for the 2nd. They have the same formulas and the output in the gallery uses these two.

 

My current Default property in the Gallery textinput (RecordName) is:

If(RecordTutor.Text = "Lead Tutor",Record_Lead.Selected.NameOfTutor,RecordTutor.Text = "2nd Tutor",Record_2nd.Selected.NameOfTutor)

 

RecordTutor - name of the textinput in the same Gallery where the type of either Lead Tutor / 2nd Tutor is.

RecordName - is where the output should be. 

Record_Lead - The combobox for Lead Tutors

Record_2nd - The combobox for 2nd Tutors

 

 

 

WarrenBelz
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@Curiosity_user ,

OK - some of what you posted is not clear to me if that is the result. The DefaultSelectedItems have two elements - the first is the output of the Combo Box (ComboBox.Selected.xxxx) and the second is the value you want to display in it. So if Value is the output, how can the Items be 

Filter(
   Organizer,
   Title = LookUp(
      ExpenseReport, 
      VersionNumber = Label10.Text
   ).Region
).NameOfTutor

as this would result in an output of NameOfTutor, which is what I posted.

Also before we go any further, is this a Classic or Modern control ?

Sorry.

I explain again. Its Modern Control

 

On my screen there are:

2 comboboxes:

  • Record_Lead
  • Record_2nd

2 Galleries

  • GroupOfRecords - I just grouped all expenses with the same version numbers
  • DetailsGallery

 

Properties of the Comboboxes:

Record_Lead:

Item: With(
{Region: LookUp(MFBudgetCalculator,VersionNumber = GroupOfRecords.Selected.VersionNumber).PMU_BC},
Filter(MFTutorsPerPMU, Title = Region).NameOfTutor)

 

DefaultSelectedItems:

{NameOfTutor : LookUp(Filter(MFBudgetCalculator,VersionNumber=GroupOfRecords.Selected.VersionNumber), TutorType = "Lead Tutor",'Tutor Name')}

 

Record_2nd:

Have the same Item Property

 

DefaultSelectedItems:

{NameOfTutor : LookUp(Filter(MFBudgetCalculator,VersionNumber=GroupOfRecords.Selected.VersionNumber), TutorType = "2nd Tutor",'Tutor Name')}

 

 

Current Issue:

Default selected item is blank, it's not showing any name. But if I replace the 'NameOfTutor' to Value, it shows the Name as intended.

 

Details Gallery Property:

Items:

SortByColumns(Filter(Filter(MFBudgetCalculator,VersionNumber=GroupOfRecords.Selected.VersionNumber),'Expense Group' = "Fixed Cost"),"ExpenseType",SortOrder.Ascending)

 

 

Expense NameTutor TypeTutor NameCurrencyAmount
FeesLead TutorCarlGBP5000
Fees2nd TutorGraceEUR8000
Conference Cost  USD30000
Materials  USD200

 

Details Gallery texinput names:

Record_ExpenseType

Record_Tutor

Record_Name

Record_Currency

Record_Price

 

Record_Name Default property:

If(RecordTutor.Text = "Lead Tutor",Record_Lead.Selected.NameOfTutor,RecordTutor.Text = "2nd Tutor",Record_2nd.Selected.NameOfTutor)

 

Current Issue:

The result in the default selected item of the comboboxes is not showing in the Record_Name text input. It needs to be selected first before it show. I also want the result of the default selected item of the comboboxes to show in this text input not only what was selected.

 

 

 

 

WarrenBelz
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Most Valuable Professional

@Curiosity_user ,

That explains the .Value, but I have not delved into Modern Controls to any extent at this stage and their capabilities seem limited in many ways compared with Classic. Happy to help if you revert to Classic, but I am not the best person to debug modern controls that do not work as expected.

Will it still work if the classic is now in Retired?

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WarrenBelz
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Most Valuable Professional

@Curiosity_user ,

That is Classic Themes, not controls

@WarrenBelz hmm.. this is modern control right? Its off. So I'm using classic? Sorry, I got it wrong

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WarrenBelz
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Most Valuable Professional

@Curiosity_user ,

Then I need to repeat the question - if the Items of the Combo Box is

Filter(
   Organizer,
   Title = LookUp(
      ExpenseReport, 
      VersionNumber = Label10.Text
   ).Region
).NameOfTutor

the output cannot be .Value on a Classic Control - it is displaying the field NameOfTutor

 

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