I have List A and List B. List A and List B contain a lot of similar fields, with List B copying over the values of List A via lookup fields. At this point though I am out of lookup fields allowed but need one more column to pull a value over from List A to List B.
I am in the form of List B and have added both A and B as connections. I need the default value of a field called "Change Type" on list B to be equal to the the Change Type field of list A. There is a secondary field called 'ACR No' that can be used as the unique value to reference (Change Type will not be unique).
Current code looks like this but I'm not sure its correct at all (DataCardValue35_1 is the 'ACR No' field for List B: LookUp('Application Change Request', DataCardValue35_1 = 'Application Change Request'.'ACR No')
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Actually, I take that last message back...
I looked over your pictures more thoroughly and determined that it is a TextInput control.
What we need to know more about is the Change Type column in your SharePoint list.
If it is a choice column (I'm guessing that it is based on the results you're seeing), then change your formula to this:
LookUp('Application Change Request', 'ACR No' = DataCardValue35_1.Selected.Value, 'Change Type'.Value )
Consider the following change to your Formula:
LookUp('Application Change Request', 'ACR No' = DataCardValue35_1.Text, 'Change Type' )
If the text in your DataCardValue control matches an ACR Number in the Application Change Request list, then it will return the Change Type.
I hope this is helpful for you.
Can you supply more detail as to where it is showing the error? Some screen shots would be helpful and also where you are putting your formula and any other information relevant to resolve.
What kind of control is DataCardValue35_1 ?
Yes, but what kind of control?? I assume it is a ComboBox at this point.
As such, this will then depend on the Items of the ComboBox control, but I will again assume that it is set to the other list, which has an ACR No column in it.
If all is assumed correctly, then your formula should be:
LookUp('Application Change Request', 'ACR No' = DataCardValue35_1.Selected.'ACR No', 'Change Type' )
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