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Multiple Galleries 1 edit form

Hi

 

I have this code Set(VarMode, "Edit"); Select(Parent); Navigate('Update Escalation Report') which on two galleries. The first gallery works fine but the other doesn't pull through the data. 

 

How can I have two galleries (same data) pulling into one edit form? 

 

The difference between the two galleries is the items shown. So I have an admin gallery that shows all records and the other is user-based only. 

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Dual Super User III
Dual Super User III

What is the Item property of the form set to?  That's what determines what is shown in the form.  I suspect that your item property is set to only reference one gallery like

Gallery1.Selected

What you need to do is add something to the navigation that uses an UpdateContext to set a variable to the record and then set the Item property of the form to point to the variable.  Like this

Set(VarMode, "Edit"); Select(Parent); Set(selectedRecord,Parent.Selected), Navigate('Update Escalation Report') 

 Then set the item property to selectedRecord



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Dual Super User III
Dual Super User III

What is the Item property of the form set to?  That's what determines what is shown in the form.  I suspect that your item property is set to only reference one gallery like

Gallery1.Selected

What you need to do is add something to the navigation that uses an UpdateContext to set a variable to the record and then set the Item property of the form to point to the variable.  Like this

Set(VarMode, "Edit"); Select(Parent); Set(selectedRecord,Parent.Selected), Navigate('Update Escalation Report') 

 Then set the item property to selectedRecord



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Super User III
Super User III

You want to connect 2 Galleries to an Editform:

Assuming you have Gallery1 And Gallery2.

 

Insert a Button and Onselect put:

UpdateContext ({Gal1:!Gal1})

 

Then on the Items property of the Edit form put:

 

If(Gal1, Gallery1.Selected, Gallery2.Selected)

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Hi,

 

I added your code to the Onselect property of the gallery. Is this correct? However, selectedRecord doesn't work when I change the item property of the form? 

 

Thanks,

 

Hi @Pstork1 

 

This worked however, I used this due to a slight typo:

 

Set(VarMode, "Edit"); Select(Parent); Set(selectedRecord,Parent.Selected), Navigate('Update Escalation Report')

Set(VarMode, "Edit"); Select(Parent); Set(selectedRecord,Parent.Selected); Navigate('Update Escalation Report')

 

you used ',' instead of ';' after the set selected record variable. 

 

Thanks,

Dual Super User III
Dual Super User III

Sorry.  Too early and not enough coffee yet.  😁



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