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ahmadfurqan
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QR Code Scan for Check in & Check Out

Hi, I'm building a personnel on board tracking system.

 

the ideas is so simple. every time you scan the qr code, it will be patched into the datasource.

 

the question is, how to make patch formula so if a employee who last scan "CHECKED IN", then the next patch input automatically be "CHECKED OUT". 

 

and if the employee scan the QR code again, it will be patched as "CHECKED IN" again. 

 

i tried this formula but it doesn't work.

OnScan=

 

Patch(Table1,{CICO:If(IsMatch(Last(Filter(Table1,Name=BarcodeScanner1.Value).CICO).CICO,"IN"),"OUT",
IsMatch(Last(Filter(Table1,Name=BarcodeScanner1.Value).CICO).CICO,"OUT"), "IN")
,
Name:BarcodeScanner1.Value,
Date:Text(Now(),"dd/mm/yyyy"),
Time: Now() })

 

 

thanks

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Ramole
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Super User

@ahmadfurqan 
I have moved your post to correct section so you will get quicker response for help, going forward if you need any help post it this section please 
https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Power-Apps-Community/ct-p/PowerApps1  

Thank you
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WarrenBelz
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Hi @ahmadfurqan ,

Firstly, note that Date and Time are very bad names for fields, but I have included them in the below for structure

With(
   {
      wScan:
      LookUp(
         Sort(
            Table1,
            ID,
            Descending
         ),
         Name = Self.Value
      )
   },
   If(
      wScan.CICO = "IN" && IsToday(DateValue(wScan.Date))
      Patch(
         Table1,
         {ID: wScan.ID},
         {
            CICO: "OUT",
            Date: Text(Now(),"dd/mm/yyyy"),
            Time: Now() 
         }
      ),
      Patch(
         Table1,
         Defaults(Table1),
         {
            CICO: "OUT",
            Date: Text(Now(),"dd/mm/yyyy"),
            Time: Now() 
         }
      )
   )
)

 

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WarrenBelz
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Hi @ahmadfurqan ,

Just checking if you got the result you were looking for on this thread. Happy to help further if not.

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