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smntsantsa
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Pass variables from PowerApps to a stored procedure based what the user has selected

Hi ,

 

I need help with the below scenario, if anyone is able to assist I would appreciate it :

 

Scenario:

Execute a stored procedure in PowerApps via a button click. The stored proc works fine when I test it manually however I want to pass parameters to it based on what the user has selected. To achieve this I have used text boxes and check boxes as the input source. The aim is to be able to select multiple rows and click a button (run SP) to approve those selected records.

 

The drawback of using text boxes is that they are editable at run time and have not found a way to lock them. Is it possible to make them read only text boxes?

 

I have also tried using a data table in place of text boxes however I couldn’t find a way to select an individual record at a time and pass those fields as parameters to the stored procedure. 

 

Thanks in advance.

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mdevaney
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@smntsantsa 

Have you seen this forum post about passing variables to stored procedures?  It looks like this is achievable using MS Automate.

 

Link To Relevant Forum Post:

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Building-Power-Apps-Formerly/How-to-pass-parameters-to-Stored-Pr...

 

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mdevaney
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@smntsantsa 

Have you seen this forum post about passing variables to stored procedures?  It looks like this is achievable using MS Automate.

 

Link To Relevant Forum Post:

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Building-Power-Apps-Formerly/How-to-pass-parameters-to-Stored-Pr...

 

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