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Fujisteen
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Show on field, but save another

Hi

 

I just started out with Power Apps and I have a Question. If I have a dropdown with values from a table, can I display one field and select another ? In this case I want to update my form with customer number, but display customer name in the dropdown. Is this possible?

 

Best regards

 

Steen

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BCBuizer
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Hi @Fujisteen ,

 

You can do this using a LookUp() function:

 

LookUp(YourDataSource, CustomerNumber = DropDown.Selected.CustomerNumber).CustomerName

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BCBuizer
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Super User

Hi @Fujisteen ,

 

You can do this using a LookUp() function:

 

LookUp(YourDataSource, CustomerNumber = DropDown.Selected.CustomerNumber).CustomerName

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