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Patch: cambiar valores de una fila en sharepoint

Hola.

 

Tengo una lista en sharepoint que esta asociada a un powerapps y necesito saber la formula poner en el Boton "liquidar nave" para que los valores del 'Estado de liquidacion' cambie "Ingresado" a "liquidado" segun el IDNaveViaje, se puede usar patch pero hasta ahora no me funciona.

 

La lista origen se llama 'Ingresos CT'

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Hello @pzumi ,

If the type of 'Estado de liquidacion' in the SharePoint list is a string, then you can use the expression below to replace it:

If (
    Not(IsBlank(LookUp('Ingresos CT'; IDNaveViaje = Value(TextInput1.Text))));
    Patch(
        'Ingresos CT';
        LookUp('Ingresos CT'; IDNaveViaje = Value(TextInput1.Text));
        { 'Estado de liquidacion': "Liquidado" }))

Where 'TextInput1' is the name of the text input that contains the 'IDNaveviaje a liquidar'. You would use a LookUp to find the record to be updated, then pass as the third parameter of the LookUp expression the change that you want made.

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Hello @pzumi ,

If the type of 'Estado de liquidacion' in the SharePoint list is a string, then you can use the expression below to replace it:

If (
    Not(IsBlank(LookUp('Ingresos CT'; IDNaveViaje = Value(TextInput1.Text))));
    Patch(
        'Ingresos CT';
        LookUp('Ingresos CT'; IDNaveViaje = Value(TextInput1.Text));
        { 'Estado de liquidacion': "Liquidado" }))

Where 'TextInput1' is the name of the text input that contains the 'IDNaveviaje a liquidar'. You would use a LookUp to find the record to be updated, then pass as the third parameter of the LookUp expression the change that you want made.

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