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PowerApp displays wrong values when editing an item in SharePoint list

Hi all, 

 

I set up a new view for my SharePoint list using a PowerApp. Saving the values to the SharePoint list works fine, but when I select a previously saved item to display the values or change them, they are (partly) incorrect. Especially the check box is always in the default position no matter what state is actually saved in the SP list item (see attached picture).

 

Seems like a bug or am I missing something

 

Best, 
Jacob

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What is the default setting for the checkbox? It should probably be using an IF() to set it equal to whatever identifies the selected record if one is selected.  Something like this

If(IsEmpty(ThisItem),false,ThisItem.'Boolean test')


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There was an issue with cached results a month or so ago like this.  If you pick a different item to view after saving an item and then come back to the original does it display the right values?  If so, its a timing issue.  You can avoid it by adding a Refresh(datasource) to the end of the Save button.



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Thanks for the fast answer. 

Unfortunately the Check-Box is still not displaying the correct value (true/false). It's always in the default position. All the other fiels are displayed correctly, though.  

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What is the default setting for the checkbox? It should probably be using an IF() to set it equal to whatever identifies the selected record if one is selected.  Something like this

If(IsEmpty(ThisItem),false,ThisItem.'Boolean test')


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