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Patch items based on checkbox values.

Hi guys, 

I am trying to make an SD Scale in Powerapps, it looks like this: 

Patch.PNG

 I have an SP List with corresponding column names as the opposites, so on called Brugbar/Ubrugelig etc. What i would like, if it is possible at all is to patch the number(what checkbox is selected) to that column, so for example: 

If, in between labels Brugbar & Ubrugelig i have selected number 5(counting from the left) i would then like to be able to press the button and patch the number 5 to that column in the SharePoint List.

Liste.PNG

 

 

I have come up with a solution, however that requires 36 If statements, which i feel probably is not gonna be that stable 🙂 

Thanks in advance. 
- Tobi

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Dual Super User II
Dual Super User II

Hey @Anonymous 

 

You can use the expression as:

Patch(
DataSource,
Defaults(DataSource),
{
"Brugbar/Ubregelig": If(Checkbox1.Value, 1,Checkbox1_1.Value,2, Checkbox1_2.Value, 3, Checkbox1_3.Value, 4, Checkbox1_4.Value, 5, Checkbox1_5, 6),
"Logisk/Unilogisk": If(Checkbox2.Value, 1,Checkbox2_1.Value,2, Checkbox2_2.Value, 3, Checkbox2_3.Value, 4, Checkbox2_4.Value, 5, Checkbox2_5, 6),
...
}
)

This will fetch the results accordingly and patch them. You need to use the If loop for all the columns.

In case you want to clear the selection if user tries to change input on any checkbox for each row, you can set the "OnChange" property of all the checkboxes as:

Checkbox1: OnChange: Reset(Checkbox1_1);Reset(Checkbox1_2); ... -> Similarly add the checkboxes you want to clear when this is changed.

 

Hope this Helps!

 

If this reply has answered your question or solved your issue, please mark this question as answered. Answered questions helps users in the future who may have the same issue or question quickly find a resolution via search. If you liked my response, please consider giving it a thumbs up. THANKS!

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Dual Super User II
Dual Super User II

Hey @Anonymous 

 

You can use the expression as:

Patch(
DataSource,
Defaults(DataSource),
{
"Brugbar/Ubregelig": If(Checkbox1.Value, 1,Checkbox1_1.Value,2, Checkbox1_2.Value, 3, Checkbox1_3.Value, 4, Checkbox1_4.Value, 5, Checkbox1_5, 6),
"Logisk/Unilogisk": If(Checkbox2.Value, 1,Checkbox2_1.Value,2, Checkbox2_2.Value, 3, Checkbox2_3.Value, 4, Checkbox2_4.Value, 5, Checkbox2_5, 6),
...
}
)

This will fetch the results accordingly and patch them. You need to use the If loop for all the columns.

In case you want to clear the selection if user tries to change input on any checkbox for each row, you can set the "OnChange" property of all the checkboxes as:

Checkbox1: OnChange: Reset(Checkbox1_1);Reset(Checkbox1_2); ... -> Similarly add the checkboxes you want to clear when this is changed.

 

Hope this Helps!

 

If this reply has answered your question or solved your issue, please mark this question as answered. Answered questions helps users in the future who may have the same issue or question quickly find a resolution via search. If you liked my response, please consider giving it a thumbs up. THANKS!

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