On your side, you should type the following formula:
Set( /* <-- Please use Set function to store the variable instead of UpdateContext function */
MSNWeather.CurrentWeather(Concat(ComboBox1_1.SelectedItems, 'Location Address'), "Metric").responses.weather.current
Navigate('Current Weather', ScreenTransition.None)
Note: If you want to use the the Weather variable within your another screen ('Cureent Weather'), please consider store the value into a global variable using Set function instead of UpdateContext function.
Then within your 'Current Weather' screen, you could reference the values from the Weather variable.
In addition, there are some limits with the first argument (Location) of the MSNWeather.CurrentWeather() function, the valid inputs are City, Region, State, Country, Landmark, PostalCode, and Lat.Long.
Please check the following article for more details:
So my original combow box contains site information, name/address/phone number/etc//etc..
So I've got that on my 1st page as a selection, and every page after uses that information to give options that are related to that choice.
And yes, I would like to use to continue to use the the combo box in this fashion for the weather.
So In order to get you suggestion work, so I can test it, I have been looking for the way to pull the information out via lables, and I have not found a way to do this with the given example above. If you get a minute could you show me how by pulling that information (and I am going to use the set function), to load the new page and the have a lable show tempature ... from there I could recreate each instance I'd like to pull out. Thanks, Lance
Also I think I just broke it trying to correct the location address to a valid field, using my stored lat. and lon. fields pulled from the data attached to my combo box..
Set( /* <-- Please use Set function to store the variable instead of UpdateContext function */ Weather, MSNWeather.CurrentWeather(Concat(ComboBox1_1.SelectedItems, Location.'Lat.'&","&Location.'Lon.'), "Metric").responses.weather.current ); Navigate('Current Weather', ScreenTransition.None)