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Helper I
Helper I

SharePoint List with Separate Powerapps Forms Not Working

I'm trying to create a different form for when user VIEW and item on SharePoint.

 

I've created a new SharePoint form (SharePointForm2), however when I try to code OnView for SharePointIntegration, nothing happens.

 

 

See attached screenshots

 

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Super User II
Super User II

@pa365user 

 

OnView: ViewForm(SharePointForm2); Navigate(FormScreen2,CoverRight)

 

You need to place Navigate function after ViewForm function. 

 

For OnEdit, OnNew, OnSave, OnCancel, you do not need Navigate function as the form "SharePointForm1" is in your first screen "FormScreen1".

 

Regards

Krishna Rachakonda

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Super User
Super User

Typically I use OnView for more like making a label show or some type of local variable.

 

My suggestion (if it works for your need) would be to put your ViewForm() after you Submit() (that you have on the Save) so that when the form is submitted and changes are saved it goes back to just View Mode.

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