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Send push notification with multiple parameters format

Hi huys,

 

Can someone please help me to format mulitple parameters into my push notification message. 

 

I currenlty have this:

PowerAppsNotification.SendPushNotification({recipients:[DataCardValue14.Selected.Email], message:"Task " & Upper(DataCardValue9.Text) & " is assigned to you.",
    params:[screen:"1", taskid:BrowseGallery1.Selected.ID]
    })

I've tried many other variants found online and on this forum. All keep on giving errors on the params: part. without the params: it works perfectly. 

 

Many thanks!!

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Re: Send push notification with multiple parameters format

Hey @Joost
Try this : 

1. Got at "View" and select "Data sources" , you will see a sort window opening .

2. select "Add data source"
3.Select "New Connection"
4. On that list find "PowerApps Notification"

Add it as one of your data sources and then it should work . 

 

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Re: Send push notification with multiple parameters format

Hi,

 

Try this:

PowerAppsNotification.SendPushNotification({recipients:[DataCardValue14.Selected.Email], message:"Task " & Upper(DataCardValue9.Text) & " is assigned to you.",
    params: screen:"1", taskid:BrowseGallery1.Selected.ID
    })

See: https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/tutorials/add-notifications/

 

Tip: I always use concatenate to join strings, it's cleaner code then what you posted.

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Re: Send push notification with multiple parameters format

Hi, thanks for your reply. Unfortunately it does not work:

 

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I'm aware of the link you suggested however there they use a different methode wich only seems toexpect "key" as a first parameter: params:Table({key:"notificationKey", value:"The value for notificationKey"})

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Re: Send push notification with multiple parameters format

PowerAppsNotification.SendPushNotification({recipients:[DataCardValue14.Selected.Email], message:"Task " & Upper(DataCardValue9.Text) & " is assigned to you.",
    params: Table({Key:"screen", value:"1",}, {key:"taskid", value:BrowseGallery1.Selected.ID})
    })

Perhaps the above will help then. It indeed seems to be some kind of key-value pair system.

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Frequent Visitor

Re: Send push notification with multiple parameters format

No sorry!

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Re: Send push notification with multiple parameters format

Is there someone who has experience with using multiple parameters?

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Re: Send push notification with multiple parameters format

I have the same problem, do you have found a solution?

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Re: Send push notification with multiple parameters format

Hi @Joost and @frigi - please review the following link. If this does not solve your problem, reply back to the thread and we will work on finding a different solution. 

 

https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/add-push-notification-to-you-app-and-boost-usage-and-rete...

 

@TopShelf-MSFT

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Re: Send push notification with multiple parameters format

Hi @TopShelf-MSFT, I have followed this instructions https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/maker/canvas-apps/add-notifications and I have non problem to send a simple notification. The problem's are if I try with params.

 

With the same code as described in the documentation I receive some errors (see image).

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Power Apps

Re: Send push notification with multiple parameters format

@frigi, can you show me the rest of the foruma you have for sending the push notification? 

 

Also, can you try using square brackets instead of the Table() function? Let me know know what happens when you try that.

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