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niklasjegg
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Helper V

Patch Lookup Multiple Choice Column to Sharepoint

Hello. I have 2 Sharepoint Lists. 1 "Contract_Database_test" and 2 "Contracting Party"

 

I have a Lookup Column in my Contract_Database_test list that looks up the "Title" Column of the Contracting Party List.

 

Then i have a Combobox with: Items set to 'Contracting Party' list and default is Defaults('Contracting Party') with Multiple selection turned on.

 

I want to patch the Multiple Selected items to my Contract database test list but i can only get 1 item to Patch.

 

My Formula :

 

 

Patch(Contract_Database_Test,Defaults(Contract_Database_Test),

                {Title:Title_Input_1.Text,
                ContractStatus:'Contract-Status_Input_1'.Selected.Value,
                Company:Company_Input_1.Selected.Value,
                Lookup_Contracting_Party:{'@odata.type':"#Microsoft.Azure.Connectors.SharePoint.SPListExpandedReference",
                                            Id:Value(Contr_Party_Input_1.Selected.Identifier),
                                            Value:Contr_Party_Input_1.Selected.Title},
                ContractCategory:Contr_Category_Input.Selected.Value,
                TypeofContract:Contr_Type_Input_1.Selected.Value,
                Responsible:{'@odata.type': "#Microsoft.Azure.Connectors.SharePoint.SPListExpandedUser",
                                Claims: "i:0#.f|membership|" & Lower(Responsible_Input_1.Selected.Mail),
                                Department: "",
                                DisplayName: "",
                                Email: Responsible_Input_1.Selected.Mail,
                                JobTitle: ".",
                                Picture: "."
                        },
                ContractClosingDate:Contr_Close_Date_input.SelectedDate,
                SubjectofContract:Contract_Subject_Input.Text,
                Termination:Termination_Input.Selected.Value,
                Termination_x0020_reason:Termination_reason_Input.Selected.Value,
                TerminationOrdinary:Term_reas_Ordinary_input.Text,
                TerminationExtraordinary:Term_reas_Extraordinary_input.Text,
                Term:Term_Input.Selected.Value,
                TermLimited:Term_Limited_input.Text & " " & Term_Limited_Dropdown.Selected.Value,
                //'Term Unlimited':Term_Input.Selected.Value,
                Term_x0020_End_x0020_of_x0020_De:Endof_Dev_Proj_input.Text,
                Term_x0020_limited_x0020_until_x:Lim_then_Unlim_input.SelectedDate,
                Approval_x0020_Status:"Started"
                },
            Attachments_Form.Updates

        ));

 

 

Right now i have an error: The type or this argument "Lookup_Contracting_Party" does not match the expected type Table found type Record.

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niklasjegg
Helper V
Helper V

Somehow i got it to Work. my patch for the column looks like this 

Lookup_Contracting_Party:Contr_Party_Input_1.SelectedItems

 

 

the Default Propterty of my ComboBox is blank and the Items proptery is 

Choices(Contract_Database_Test.Lookup_Contracting_Party)

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niklasjegg
Helper V
Helper V

Somehow i got it to Work. my patch for the column looks like this 

Lookup_Contracting_Party:Contr_Party_Input_1.SelectedItems

 

 

the Default Propterty of my ComboBox is blank and the Items proptery is 

Choices(Contract_Database_Test.Lookup_Contracting_Party)

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