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wagner_nathan
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Keeping Data Card Values After Submitting Form

I have an edit form that I am using to write entries to a share point list. I have two buttons that I want to use to be able to submit the form. The "Next Part" button will submit the entry and reset the form to default values. This works without any issues. My problem is that I want the "Next" button to submit the entry and retain the last submitted values in the fields outlined in red. The picture that shows this is attached. This will help to minimize the amount of data the user has to re-enter each time. My Edit Form is made up of all data cards. No standard text boxes or any other standard entry fields. Can anyone help me figure out how to do this?

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eka24
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You can set a variable in the OnSucess of the EditForm:

 Set(varLastSubmit,EditForm.LastSubmit)

 

Then in the field you want to autopopulate, put:

  varLastSubmit.ColumnName

Example: varLastSubmit.TicketID

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mdevaney
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@wagner_nathan 

Put this code in the OnSuccess property of your Edit Form.

Set(lastRecord, Form1.LastSubmit)

 

Then put this code in the Default property for the Part Number Card

If(Form1.Mode=FormMode.New, lastRecord.'Part Number')

 

Repeat as needed for the rest of the Cards in your form...

 

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@mdevaney 

 

I tried your suggestion and it still resets the value to default after I click the next button. This is the code I have for the OnSelect value of the "Next" button. Do I need to change this?

SubmitForm(EditForm1); NewForm(EditForm1)

 

@wagner_nathan 

Your code looks good... as does mine 😎  That probably means it was just entered in the incorrect property.

 

Can you please share a screenshot of where its being entered?

@mdevaney 

 

See the attached screen shots. Sorry, I had to blur out some info...

i have your same problem.

 

Ho do you have resolve it ?

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