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SheltonThompson
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SQL Server DataSource and ItemSelected

Hello

 

I have a gallery list which connects to a SQL Database. In the gallery I had a button which the OnSelect actions are as follows

 

Set(ItemSelected,ThisItem);
Navigate(IssueManagement,ScreenTransition.Fade)

 

On the IssueManagement Screen there is a edit form where the data source is teh same SQL table and the item is set to "ItemSelected." This was previously working now it is returning an error saying "Invalid Formula. Expected a Value compatibale with the data source"

 

Did something change on PowerApps? Do I need to be doing something differently?

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SheltonThompson
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Re: SQL Server DataSource and ItemSelected

Solved my own issue. I was using the same global variable accross multiple data sources . Once I created a unique "itemselected" for each data source and reset the variables, the issue disappeared. 

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SheltonThompson
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Re: SQL Server DataSource and ItemSelected

Solved my own issue. I was using the same global variable accross multiple data sources . Once I created a unique "itemselected" for each data source and reset the variables, the issue disappeared. 

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