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Pass argument to another screen

   

Disclaimer: total noob, English not my native language, not a coder*

 

Hi, I am working on school project and he have to make a mock app, my teacher heard about powerapp and students have it for free so here I am.

 

We made a data base in SharePoint, with “login” information and other data of our choosing. To logging, our teacher helps us with the following code:

 

If(user_in.Text in _db.User && pass_in in _db.Password, Navigate(perfil)&&Reset(pass_in)&&Reset(user_in))

 

In 2 labels we add user and password from db and if it matches we go to next screen but I want to take it a bit further: once we hit de button and we goes to next screen, it will open a display form based on the db.User.

 

 

After searching I could find a a way to do it and I hope you can help but please remember I not a coder but I can understand...Stuff.

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Pstork1
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In the Navigate() command you can pass a value as a context variable by placing it in the third parameter position.  Read through this documentation on Navigate() and the linked article on Context Variables at the bottom of the page.  There's a specific example on the page that uses this syntax.

Navigate( Details, ScreenTransition.Fade, { ID: 12 } )

A variable called ID with a value of 12 will be available on the Details screen after navigating to it.

Back and Navigate functions - Power Apps | Microsoft Docs



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In the Navigate() command you can pass a value as a context variable by placing it in the third parameter position.  Read through this documentation on Navigate() and the linked article on Context Variables at the bottom of the page.  There's a specific example on the page that uses this syntax.

Navigate( Details, ScreenTransition.Fade, { ID: 12 } )

A variable called ID with a value of 12 will be available on the Details screen after navigating to it.

Back and Navigate functions - Power Apps | Microsoft Docs



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Thank you very much I will check it.

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