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SilvermarD
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Patch issues

I suspect this error should be staring me in the face but just not seeing it!  I am trying to patch items from shopping cart to SharePoint list.

 

The type of this argument 'Date' does not match the expected type 'Date'.  Type found 'Boolean'.  Need to collect items sold along with who sold them and when, this is what I have.  Both price and qty are self inputs in case prices or qty needs to change.

 

Patch('Shopping Cart Orders', Defaults('Shopping Cart Orders'), {User: User().FullName, Date: IsToday( Today()), Title: Item_title.Text, Price:TextInput1_1.Text, Qty: TextInput1.Text})

 

Really would appreciate some guidance as to where I am going wrong.

 

Thanks

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AmDev
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Hi @SilvermarD 

 

'IsToday( Today())' - is a Boolean argument to check if today is today, which will return true.

 

Just put 'Today()'.

 

Hope this helps

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Pstork1
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In the Date field.  IsToday(Today())) will always evaluate to true.  I suspect what you want is just Today().



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AmDev
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Hi @SilvermarD 

 

'IsToday( Today())' - is a Boolean argument to check if today is today, which will return true.

 

Just put 'Today()'.

 

Hope this helps

Pstork1
Dual Super User
Dual Super User

In the Date field.  IsToday(Today())) will always evaluate to true.  I suspect what you want is just Today().



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