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UmairAhmed
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Power App filter List based on Grand Parent ID

Hi experts,

 

I would appreciate your help in solving my problem:

I have three tables Building, Appartment, Residents and I have to Filter Residents based on selection of Building and I have to display Residents with Appartment name.     

 

Building Table has ( BuildingName, BuildingID)

Appartment Table has (AppartmentName, AppartmentID , BuildingID)

Resident has (ResidentName, AppartmentID, DOB, Gender)  

 

Building has one to many relation with Appartment 

Appartment has one to many relation with Resident  

 

I want to display  Resident Name, AppartmentName in the List.   I would appreciate your suggestion to solve this. I tried using ClearCollect with Lookups but could n`t able to work out.  

 

Regards, Umair Ahmed

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UmairAhmed
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I have tried this: 

First I filter Direct Child 

ClearCollect(BuildingAppartments,Filter(AppartmentsAppartmentID = BuildingGallery.Selected.BuildingID));

 

Then for the Grant child I am trying below

ClearCollect(ResidentAppartment,"Resident",LookUp(Residents,AppartmentID= BuildingAppartments[@AppartmentID] ))

 

 

I get below errors

Invalid ArgumentType on "="   

Delegation warning on BuildingAppartments[@AppartmentID]

 

 

 

Hi @UmairAhmed

What data source are you using for your app? If it's SQL Server, you could use a View to simplify this.

UmairAhmed
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Hi @timl,

Datasource is Dynamics365 CRM

 


@timl wrote:

Hi @UmairAhmed

What data source are you using for your app? If it's SQL Server, you could use a View to simplify this.


 

Hi Umair

I've got the same issue and was wondering if you ever got this resolved? Is it at all possible to do this?

Cheers!

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