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Patching to Sharepoint list columns

Good day all,

 

Does anyone knows why I still can't patch to SP list columns?

 

The faces are buttons:

* smile:

value:(1)

* sad:

value:(-1)

 

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

Warm regards,

J bGud

 

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Re: Patching to Sharepoint list columns

@bGud 
All of your information in the 3rd argument of PATCH doesn't look like it is using proper syntax.  I can't re-write it all but here's an example...

 

Replace

Experienca: Rating1

 

With this code.

Experienca: Rating1.Value

 

The error you are making is referencing the control names without the property.

 

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Re: Patching to Sharepoint list columns

@bGud 
All of your information in the 3rd argument of PATCH doesn't look like it is using proper syntax.  I can't re-write it all but here's an example...

 

Replace

Experienca: Rating1

 

With this code.

Experienca: Rating1.Value

 

The error you are making is referencing the control names without the property.

 

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