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UB400
Kudo Kingpin
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Set(CurrentRecord,Patch(DataSource,Defaults(.... fails to retrieve Date Columns

I'm using the code below to retrieve the last record saved to a SQL DB.

Set(CurrentRecord,Patch(DataSource,Defaults(.

In the past I've not had any issues with this, but now whenever I use this code, the Date columns are returned empty in the "CurrentRecord" variable. All other Columns return data without any problems, but Date columns are all blank.

 

The record is saved correctly and if I retrieve the record from the DB using Filter, it brings back all columns including Date columns.

 

So is this a bug? How can we solve this issue?

 

 

 

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Drrickryp
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@UB400 

Why not use Patch(...);Set(CurentRecord,First(Sort(DataSource,ID,Descending))) 

CurrentRecord.Datecolumn  and see if it works.

@Drrickryp thanks for the reply, however that defeats the purpose of the original code i.e. avoiding making another call to the Data Source to retrieve the record. A point I'd like to make is that I've used the same technique in earlier Apps and then all of a sudden I run into this issue where specifically Date columns are not being returned.

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