Well I tried another bit and I found out this, when I look to the details in PowerApps from one order I get this:
But in SharePoint it is still empty
Update: it was just Value1 that was showing the odata-type
I would suggest you try creating a new test list and a new blank app and see if this works for you doing the steps exactly as indicated:
If it does not, then I will try to reproduce myself again. If it does, then you will have a much clearer idea of what needs to be done.
Your solution worked, the only thing that was holding me back was the distinct function in the gallery.
So that's why I couldn't get the ID and Title value.
But now that my distinct is gone I have to find another solution to distinct that gallery otherwise the list is endless.
Any ideas how to solve that without hurting the Patch function?
This is what I had before I had to change it for the Patch function:
This code was in the BroodjesGallery in the property Items
I am finding it difficult to understand the structure of your data. Since Broodjes is the lookup table, should it not have unique values of Beschrijving by design? And if for some reason it does not, then can you not make the Beschrijving column itself a lookup column to a table with the distinct/unique values?
Well you have multiple Descriptions that are the same but with different size and varieties of sandwiches like f.e.
Size: 1/2 french bread
Variety: White bread
Size: 1/4 french bread
Variety: Brown bread
Thats a bit my problem to organise the data
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