I have created a simple form from a SharePoint list which contains 4 text fields (Field 1,2,3 and Status)
In the form I have 3 buttons outside the SharePoint Form, Employee, Line Manager and Escalation. When you press any of the button it will show the relevant field (Employee = Field 1, Line manager = Field 2 and so on) by setting a variable to the value of the button. The fields have the visible property set to the variable to show the right field.
After each stage I am updating the Status to show its moved to the next stage.
What I would like to do is when a user opens the form, depending on what stage (Status) its at, I would like to show the appropriate field set but how do I access the Status value for the record with onVisible?
You could try a Switch statement
OnVisible = Switch(Status.Value,
"Employee", Set(Field1_variable, true),
"Line Manager, Set(Field2_variable,true)
... and so on
I need a little more detail to give an exact answer but this code gives you the basic structure.
Thanks for the suggestion. I tried that on a very simple form and the screen does not even update when I click on a existing record.
Can you please share your code. How are you setting your show/hide variables? My suggest was very generic so you would need to adjust to suit your situation. Without any code reference I cannot support you further.
I subsequently found that if I use SharePoint Integrated function, I can get the value of any column in the current record.
So my onVisible property is set to
If(IsMatch(SharePointIntegration.Selected.'Accident Report Status',"LineManager"),Set(varFormTab,"Line Manager"),If(IsMatch(SharePointIntegration.Selected.'Accident Report Status',"HSC"),Set(varFormTab,"HSC Evaluation"),Set(varFormTab,"Employee")))
but it the next problem is that if evaluates the if statement before it loads the form and therefore every single time its set to "Employee"
Try removing the second If() statement. In PowerApps, the If Statement looks like this
If( Condition1, ThenResult1, [Condition2, ThenResult2] ... [, DefaultResult)
So you chain conditions with the required result you want
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