I am pretty new to PowerApp and trying to crate a phone for a SharePoint list.
I started creating the form by clicking "customized form " from SharePoint list. However all the drop down fields on my form don't display existing record if I clicked on an exitsing record. How could I fix this?
I have made a test on my side, and don't have the issue that you mentioned. The screenshot as below:
Please make sure that the Items property of All Combo Box control within your Drop down field Data card is set to following:
the DefaultSelectedItems property of All Combo Box controls within your Drop down field Data card is set to following:
Please take a try to clear cache of your browser, then try your custom form again, check if the issue is solved.
In addition, please also take a try to remove the custom form from your SP list, then re-create a new one for your SP list, check if the issue still exists.
I used Distinct('MyList',Country) instead of Choices and wasn't able to set Defaul property to Parenr.Defualt. I got an erro message satets" The property expect Record value, but this rule produces incompitable Text Value" Is it becasue I used "Dinstinct" instead of "Choices"?
I also created a new list in sp for testing Choices function but I wasn't able to use choice function. I got "The choices has some invalid argument. The list I used is in a excel file in my one drive and I had add the data into PowerApp.
Can you share the structure of your data that you are trying to show in your dropdown?
-a choice field in the SharePoint list?
-a text field in the SharePoint list?
-a LookUp field in the SharePoint list?
-using Excel to present the options in the dropdown?
-another type of data?
Are you writing the data in your PowerApps form to a SharePoint list?
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