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sajinshaji
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Lookup Not Working Issue with Screen but works in title!

The thing is that I already set up a table with the details of a screen and title that I used, so I can change the screen and title of my app anytime I want in the table and it will automatically change in the app also.

 

 

Set(
    glbNavItems,
    Table(
        {
            title: LookUp(Table2, Code="FFDR").Title  \\Here Put the title dynamically without hardcoding and it works
            icon: Icon.Home,
            showSeparator: true,
            subItems: [],
            Screen: LookUp(Table2, Code="FFDR").Screen \\Here Put the Screen dynamically without hardcoding but not working
        },
);

 

 

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sajinshaji
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As I have gone through many many methods and finally come to a solution, as the 'Screen' is a control datatype, we can't specify it from anywhere, so it is not possible.

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sajinshaji
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As I have gone through many many methods and finally come to a solution, as the 'Screen' is a control datatype, we can't specify it from anywhere, so it is not possible.

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