Hi, I have 3 lists in sharepoint: test1, test2, test2
In the lists: test2 and test3, I have a calculated field, which contain values from other columns in each list.
Field name: "totalped1" for the list test2 -> the first record 60,000 has this value
Field name: "totalped2" for the test3 list -> the first record 60,000 has this value
I have a gallery in PowerApps where I want to add the values of both columns, I tried to do this formula: Sum ([@ test2], totalped1) + Sum ([@ test3], totalped2) but it does not add is not correct. It should be 120,000 and it tells me another value.
Hi @Rob_G ,
Beware of calculated SharePoint field when you do anything other than displaying them.
I suggest you simply do the same calculation in Power Apps using the same data columns.
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Thanks for the advice,
Sorry but I'm confused, I would like Share Point or PowerApps to do this:
List 2 (Field1 + Field2) = Total Fields List2
List 3 (Field3 + Field4) = Total Fields List3
List 1 = Total Fields List2 + Total Fields List3
How can I do the powerapps, if I have a gallery with the DB List1?
I have a field in list1 in which I want to do this.
Another thing I can think of is to use a formula in list1 and add each column of each list. Example:
field_list1 = list2, (value1 + value2) + list3, (value3 + value4)
PS: This is not a formula, it is just to illustrate what I wish I could do.
Hi @Rob_G ,
What is the relationship between List1 and List2&List3? Because in general, there should be a common column among three lists as index to know which item to retrieve data for calculation.
For example: the common column is ID field,
The summary label in List1 Gallery should have the following formula:
LookUp(List2, ID=ThisItem.ID).'Total Fields List2' + LookUp(List3, ID=ThisItem.ID).'Total Fields List3'
In addition, the mistake for your try is that Sum() function is to sum the field value for all record in the list, rather than the first record you thought.
Hope this helps.
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