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StuCundy
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Patch For All from a collection to a document library

Hi there

I have a collection reading a document library and which to patch one column to the library items.

 

The Collection is of Images with a number column "ReportID".  I filter the reports by the ID which is set by a variable "varReportItem.ID"   I which to update the Number column called "PicNumber" in the Document library which AARowNumber which a column I added.  I do not get an error but they do not  update.

ForAll(
    colreportImages,
    Patch(
        ReportImageLibrary,
        LookUp(
            ReportImageLibrary,
            ReportID = varReportItem.ID
        ),
        {PicNumber: AARowNumber}
    )
)

 

Look forward to some help, thanks.

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krishnags
Super User
Super User

probably you may need to change the Patch condition

 and provide how the colreportImages looks like to have a better idea

ForAll(
    colreportImages,
    Patch(
        ReportImageLibrary,
        LookUp(
            ReportImageLibrary,
            ReportID = <<It should go ID from colreportImages>>
        ),
        {PicNumber: AARowNumber}
    )
)

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krishnags
Super User
Super User

probably you may need to change the Patch condition

 and provide how the colreportImages looks like to have a better idea

ForAll(
    colreportImages,
    Patch(
        ReportImageLibrary,
        LookUp(
            ReportImageLibrary,
            ReportID = <<It should go ID from colreportImages>>
        ),
        {PicNumber: AARowNumber}
    )
)

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Hey @krishnags 

 

Your were right.  was an easy fix...you can me some clarity.

ForAll(
    RenameColumns(colreportImages,"ID","ID1"),
    Patch(
        ReportImageLibrary,
        LookUp(
            ReportImageLibrary,ID=ID1),
        {PicNumber: AARowNumber}
    )
)

 

UdayAdhikari
Responsive Resident
Responsive Resident

Hi @StuCundy, or may be AARowNumber is not set up properly in the collection. I just tried below code and it worked for me. (replace collection, list name and column names to yours)

 

ClearCollect(
    colreportImages,
    {
        ReportID: 1,
        AARowNumber: 2
    }
);
Set(
    varReportItemID,
    1
);
ForAll(
    colreportImages,
    Patch(
        List1,
        LookUp(
            List1,
            ID = varReportItemID
        ),
        {NumField: AARowNumber}
    )
)

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