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CMHants Helper II
Helper II

Object Object Object when trying to surface collection in data table

HI Guys,

 

I finally figured out how to call a custom image classifier using the custom vision service ive made directly from PowerApps. Im using the following formula to do it

 

ClearCollect(PredictionOutcome,CustomVision.PredictImag("c56044c48086xx464595d6f28xxecc596axxb",UploadedImage4.Image))

 

this brings the results back from the API in a collection called prediction outcome, the prediction results are nested in a table within it.

 

My problem is i cant drill into the table to surface the values in a standard data table, i just see "[object object]," repeatedly separated by commas...is there a solution out there ? ....many thanks for your help

 

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Super User
Super User

Re: Object Object Object when trying to surface collection in data table

Hi @CMHants

You should be able to display the Predictions for the first PredictionOutput record by setting the items property of your data table to:

First(PredictionOutcome).Predictions
CMHants Helper II
Helper II

Re: Object Object Object when trying to surface collection in data table

hi @timl,

 

thanks that works great for the item tag or the probability but I need to show both, is it possible to extend your solution to multiple fields ..currently i've got two data tables next to each other 

Super User
Super User

Re: Object Object Object when trying to surface collection in data table

Hi @CMHants

I'm afraid I don't quite follow what you mean about two data tables next to each other. Do you not get something that looks like this?

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TopShelf-MSFT Community Champion
Community Champion

Re: Object Object Object when trying to surface collection in data table

Hi @CMHants thanks for posting this thread. Can you review the latest reply and advise? Thanks!

 

@TopShelf-MSFT

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