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ianmonat
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Need Powerapps help - will pay hourly rate - contact me ASAP

Hello, I'm building a Powerapp, the delivery is due soon and I can't get it to function as expected.

 

I need some help with formulas, I have a data table connected to a Sharepoint List and I want the user of the app to write to a field. 

 

I have acheived this, but I need to filter the data table so that only the relevant rows are shown to the user. Here's a screenshot:

 

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I need the two List Boxes above the data table to display distinct values, and for the Warehouse List box values to be conditional from the Regional Manager List Box Values.

 

Then the data table will display records that fit the selected criteria in the two List Boxes.

 

If you think you can do this, reply to this message ASAP, or contact me at imonat@cmondavi.com, I'd like to set up a web meeting to screenshare and solve this ASAP.

 

My company will add you as vendor and cut you a check, this will be easiest if you are U.S. based but if not, we can figure it out with PayPal or Venmo.  

 

Thanks in advance! -Ian 

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Need Powerapps help - will pay hourly rate - contact me ASAP

Hi @ianmonat,

 

Thanks for posting in PowerApps forums.

If you are looking for someone who will help on site,  then I am afraid this is not the proper place.

You may take a try to contact Microsoft Support directly:

https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/support/

Click the Create support Ticket at the bottom of the page above.

 

Further, for your issue mentioned here.

 

if Regional Manager is a person type field in SharePoint list, then change the formula as below under the items property of the ManagerListBox:

Distinct('SharePoint Lists', RegionalManager.DisplayName)

If you would like to use the selected Manager to filter the Warehouse, the formula under the items property of the Warehouse ListBox should be:

 

Distinct(

        Filter('SharePoint List',

                RegionalManager.DisplayName=MangerListBox.Selected.value),

        Warehouse

        )

 

Then to filter the Gallery with the two listBox selected value, the formula should be:

Filter('SharePoint List', Manager.DisplayName=ManagerListBox.Selected.Value, Warehouse=WarehouseListBox.selected.value)

 

 

Regards,

Michael

 

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
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