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Submit to Multiple Forms with Different Datasources

Hello everyone!! 

I have been creating an App, for a school I am working in; in order to submit Discipline reports for students.

 

If you look at the attached screen, you will see various fields, inputting various types of information, into different datasources.  In total there are about 5-6 different spreadsheets behind this app.  In many of the spreadsheets, information will be duplicated.  For instance, Last_Name & First_Name are in all of the datasources.  I know this maynot be ideal, however, I have to keep it like this.  There are unique fields, which would be Last_Name, First_Name, Date, Incident, Discipline_Given.

 

My question is this.  Lets say someone inputs all the data on the attached screen; and then sends the data to the various datasources.  Then they realize that they made  mistake, perhaps, they put in the wrong grade or something.  

 

What would be the best method to Edit this information, in all of the Datasources.  Without have to do each one seperatly?  Basically, if I create an EditForm screen, would I be able to have the user search for this Record, and then edit the field, and then have it post to all the proper places?  I understand how to update only one of the datasources, but I want to be able to search, and update them all at once; to prevent redunancy, and to make it easier for the user.

 

Attached is a copy of the screenshot of the data that is entered it is tied to the following spreadsheets:  All, Log, Discipline, ISAP, Info...

 

I hope someon can shed some light on thisScreenshot.png

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Ok, finally got it working the way that I wanted.  I had to go ahead and add a few textboxes, in order to not break the Lookup fields, but so far everything is working good.

 

Thanks again, as I could of never figured this out on my own.

 

Here is the code.

 

Patch(All, LookUp(All, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Infraction=DataCard42.Default), {First_Name: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default, Label23.Text), Last_Name: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default, LastUpdate.Text), Actual_Resolution_Date: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default, Acutal_Resolution_Date), Incident_Date: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default, Date_Of_Offense), Ethnicity: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default, Ethnicity), Gender: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default, Gender), Point_Assigned: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default, Points), Discipline_Assigned: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default, Disc_Assigned), Infraction: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default, OffenseUpdate.Text), Grade: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default, Grade)}); 

 

Patch(Discipline, LookUp(Discipline, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Student_Offense=DataCard42.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default), {First_Name: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default && Student_Offense=DataCard42.Default, Label23.Text), Last_Name: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default && Student_Offense=DataCard42.Default, LastUpdate.Text), Date_Of_Offense: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default && Student_Offense=DataCard42.Default, Date_Of_Offense), Points: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default &&Student_Offense=DataCard42.Default,Points), Discipline_Given: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default && Student_Offense=DataCard42.Default, Disc_Assigned), Student_Offense: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default && Student_Offense=DataCard42.Default, OffenseUpdate.Text), Period: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default && Student_Offense=DataCard42.Default, Period_Of_Offense), Administrator: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default && Student_Offense=DataCard42.Default, Administrator), Date: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default && Student_Offense=DataCard42.Default, Today_Date), Code: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default && Student_Offense=DataCard42.Default, Code), Period_Given: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default && Student_Offense=DataCard42.Default, ISAP_Periods), Date_Seen_Admin: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default && Student_Offense=DataCard42.Default, Date_Seen_Administrator), Grade: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default &&Student_Offense=DataCard42.Default, Grade)});                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Patch(ISAP, LookUp(ISAP, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Start_Date=DataCard53.Default && End_Date=DataCard17.Default), {First_Name: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Start_Date=DataCard53.Default && End_Date=DataCard17.Default, Label23.Text), Last_Name: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Start_Date=DataCard53.Default && End_Date=DataCard17.Default, LastUpdate.Text), Grade: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Start_Date=DataCard53.Default && End_Date=DataCard17.Default, Grade), Period: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Start_Date=DataCard53.Default && End_Date=DataCard17.Default, ISAP_Periods), Start_Date: LookUp(Log,First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Start_Date=DataCard53.Default && End_Date=DataCard17.Default, Start_Date),End_Date: LookUp(Log,First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Start_Date=DataCard53.Default && End_Date=DataCard17.Default, End_Date),Todays_Date: LookUp(Log,First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Start_Date=DataCard53.Default && End_Date=DataCard17.Default, Today_Date), Administrator: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Start_Date=DataCard53.Default && End_Date=DataCard17.Default, Administrator)});                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Patch(Log, LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Student_Offense=DataCard42.Default), {Student_Offense: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Start_Date=DataCard53.Default && End_Date=DataCard17.Default, OffenseUpdate.Text), Last_Name: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Start_Date=DataCard53.Default && End_Date=DataCard17.Default, LastUpdate.Text),First_Name: LookUp(Log, First_Name=DataCard31.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default && Date_Of_Offense=DataCard34.Default, Label23.Text)})

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LukeW-MSFT
Power Apps
Power Apps

Hello!

Thanks for the thorough explanation of your situation! It sounds like the answer for you may lie in the Form.OnSuccess property. If a form submission succeeds, it sounds like you want to update the redundant data in other data sources (for example, last name is updated in DataSource A, so you want to update last name with the new value in DataSource B).

To test this out, I built two very similar DataSources ("lucaswh-Menu" and "lucaswh-Hamburgers") that have overlapping data. I have an edit form that points to the Hamburgers data source. When that is updated, I want to also update the corresponding record in the Menu data source. I was able to do this successfully by using the Patch formula:

Form1.OnSuccess = Patch('lucaswh-Menu', LookUp('lucaswh-Menu', Title = "Patty"), {Amount: LookUp('lucaswh-Hamburgers', Title = "Patty", Amount)})

 

After Hamburgers is successfully updated, we patch the Menu with the corresponding value from the updated Hamburgers data source.

 

My example only works for one row (Patty) and one column (Amount), but you could extend this to update the whole record by changing the last argument to Patch to be something like {Val1: Lookup(DS, Title, Val1), Val2: Lookup(DS, Title, Val2), etc...}. 

 

UpdateOnSuccess.png

 

Hope this helps!

 

 

Luke,

 

Thank you for this response, as this is a major drawback on what I am buildling.  I am having a bit of trouble understanding exactly how to write this out in my situation though.  I am a little confused with the part that says Title = "Patty" in the formula?  This has me hung up, because it is a title of a column? Or textbox?  

 

So here is a better representation of what I am working with.  To start I have three data sources: All, Discipline, ISAP.  Attached see a start of me creating a form to edit all three tables upon update.  How would my code work?  

Patch('All', Lookup('All', Title = "?????"), {Grade: Lookup('All', Title = "???????", Grade)})

 

I also, have never used the OnSucces function.  Does this mean that after I press the Button, it triggers?

 

To be clear, I need the user to be able to come to this screen; search for data that they already inputted on a previous screen, which I am accomplising by the Dropboxes in the headings.  Once they locate this data, based on last name and date.  I need them to be able to change any of the columns associated with this record.  And I need that change to be reflected across all the Datasources.  

 

This seems very complicated to me, and I hope it can be accomplished.DataSearch.png

Hi again!

Apologies for the unclear example! First, take a look at the following documentation:

 

LookUp: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/functions/function-filter-lookup

Patch: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/functions/function-patch

 

In my example, "Title" is simply the name of the column, you might want to use "Last_Name" instead to update all records for a given Last Name. In your case, let's assume that the DataSource behind Form5 is "All". Then if you set OnSuccess to be:


Form5.OnSuccess = Patch('Discipline', LookUp('Discipline', Last_Name=DataCardX.Default), {Grade: LookUp('All', Last_Name=DataCardX.Default, Grade)}); Patch('ISAP', LookUp('ISAP', Last_Name=DataCardX.Default), {Grade: LookUp('All', Last_Name=DataCardX.Default, Grade)})

 

where DataCardX is the data card for the Last_Name field (you can click around the data cards on the left side to figure out which one this is - I can't tell from your photo).

 

Assuming the Button calls SubmitForm(Form5) and the SubmitForm call completes successfully, yes, this will trigger an update of the Grade field in the "Discipline" and "ISAP" data sources to match that of the "All" data source. I hope this helps!

Luke,

I greatly appreciate your assistance on this, as I am a novice, and this is way over my head.  We are getting closer, and I provided you with a bigger screenshot so you can see what I am working with.

 

I also added the second from on this screen shot, this is Form1, on the bottom right, which is tied to the ALL table.  As you can see in the picture, various columns overlap.  Last_Name, First_Name, Grade, Points, and a few others.

 

I added your formula to the onsuccess of Form5, which is tied ot the datasource Discipline.  Both of these forms are filtered by the dropdowns at the top.

 

When changing something in Form5, and hitting the button, the data is indeed updated in Discipline Datasource, but not in the ALL datasource, or any other datasource for that matter.  As you can see in the attached screenshot, I actually updated the grade in Form5, and the change is not reflecting in Form1, nor is it reflecting in the backend datasource.  

 

My question is how does it know, which record is the appropriate one to update in the other form1?  Also, what if another field is updated, besides grade?  How will it know to update everywhere else?

 

Again, I feel like this is an extremely complex situation, basically because the way the data is set up, but unfortunatly I cannot change that.

 

I hope we can arrive at an conclusion on this, as it is way above my paygrade at this point.Screen.png

Glad to hear we are getting closer. 

 

Since Form5 is tied to the "Discipline" datasource (I thought it was tied to "All"), the formula is not correct. The correct formula should be:

 

Form5.OnSuccess = Patch('All', LookUp('All', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default), {Grade: LookUp('Discipline', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default, Grade)}); Patch('ISAP', LookUp('ISAP', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default), {Grade: LookUp('Discipline', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default, Grade)})

 

I would expect this formula to result in Form1 updating as well. Let me know if it still does not work as expected.


My question is how does it know, which record is the appropriate one to update in the other form1? 

 

I need to know what the datasource backing Form1 is to answer this. You already told me Form5 is backed by "Discipline". And you want Form1 to update all the data sources in a similar manner to Form5 right? Let me know.

 


 


Also, what if another field is updated, besides grade?  How will it know to update everywhere else?

 

You will need to add more parameters (separated by commas) inside the "{ ... }" in the Patch function. For example, in Form5.OnSuccess it will look like: Patch('All', LookUp('All', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default), {Grade: LookUp('Discipline', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default, Grade), Col2: LookUp('Discipline', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default, Col2), Col3: LookUp('Discipline', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default, Col3)}); Patch(...

 

If you are still unable to get it working (reasonable, as the formulas are getting pretty long at this point), please reply with the following and I can guide you towards your exact solution (and tell you why it works, of course):

 

1. A list of all Forms in your PowerApp that you want to use for this multi-datasource updating process and the datasources behind those forms

 

2. A list of columns for the 3 DataSources (e.g. Discipline: Last_Name, First_Name, Grade, etc...)

This formula place on OnSuccess of the Form5 is still not resulting in Form 1 updating.

 

Form5.OnSuccess = Patch('All', LookUp('All', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default), {Grade: LookUp('Discipline', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default, Grade)}); Patch('ISAP', LookUp('ISAP', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default), {Grade: LookUp('Discipline', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default, Grade)})

 

Form 5 is tied to Discipline.  Form 1 is tied to DataSource All.

 

Attached is a list of all my datasources. 

 

As of now there are only 2 forms; because I was just waiting to get them 2 working, then was just going to add to code.  I will make up fake forms now just to see if you can get code working.   

 

Form5 = Discipline

Form1= All

Form2=ISAP

Form3=LOG

 

Here are the columns in the the Datasources...

 

Discipline----

Last_NameFirst_NameGradePeriodAdministratorDateDate_Of_OffenseCodePointsPeriod_GivenStudent_OffenseDiscipline_GivenDate_Seen_Admin
__PowerAppsId__

 

All

Last_NameFirst_NameGradeGenderEthnicityInfractionIncident_DatePoint_AssignedDiscipline_AssignedActual_Resolution_DatePoints_YTD
__PowerAppsId__

 

ISAP

Last_NameFirst_NameGradeStart_DateEnd_DatePeriod123456789AdministratorNOTESTodays_Date
__PowerAppsId__

 

LOG

Last_NameFirst_NamePower_School_GradeGradePointsDisc_AssignedStart_DateEnd_DateISAP_PeriodsCodeAdministratorGenderEthnicityDate_Seen_AdministratorToday_DateStudent_OffenseDate_Of_OffensePeriod_Of_OffenseReporting_TeacherAcutal_Resolution_DatePrepared_By__PowerAppsId__

 

 

I thank you again for this help, as there is no way I would be able to work out this complex formula...I hope in the end it will work; but it just seems really complicated to me.

Let's try to get the two forms you have right now working first.

 

Form5.OnSuccess = 

 

Patch('All', LookUp('All', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default), {First_Name: LookUp('Discipline', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default, First_Name), Last_Name: LookUp('Discipline', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default, Last_Name), Grade: LookUp('Discipline', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default, Grade)}); Patch('ISAP', LookUp('ISAP', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default), {First_Name: LookUp('Discipline', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default, First_Name), Last_Name: LookUp('Discipline', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default, Last_Name), Grade: LookUp('Discipline', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default, Grade), Administrator: LookUp('Discipline', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default, Administrator)})

 

This should result in the "All" and 'ISAP" data sources being updated to reflect the changes in the "Discipline" data source. This should update the columns First_Name, Last_Name, Grade, and Administrator (Administrator for "ISAP" only, since it doesn't exist in "All")

 

Form1.OnSuccess =

 

Patch('Discipline', LookUp('Discipline', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default), {First_Name: LookUp('All', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default, First_Name), Last_Name: LookUp('All', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default, Last_Name), Grade: LookUp('All', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default, Grade)}); Patch('ISAP', LookUp('ISAP', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default), {First_Name: LookUp('All', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default, First_Name), Last_Name: LookUp('All', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default, Last_Name), Grade: LookUp('All', Last_Name=DataCard18.Default, Grade))

This should result in the "Discipline" and 'ISAP" data sources being updated to reflect the changes in the "All" data source. This should update the columns First_Name, Last_Name, Grade.

 

Please try these and let me know the results!

To start, I greatly appreciate this.  It is almost working as I need it too.  

 

On Form_5, if I change the Last_Name, First_Name, Grade, and Admin, they are in turn changing on the ISAP Datasource, but not the ALL Datesource.  

 

If I change the Last_Name of Form5, it results, in a Hiccup of sorts, which I believe is because Form1 is tied to ALL, and those fields are not updating, so Form 1 results, just disappears now, because there is no Last_Name Match, because it changed only in the ISAP and Discipline Datasources, but not all.

 

Once that hiccup is worked out, my next task would be to just be able to understand the formula, so that I can add fields to be updated through all the datasources.  

 

My thought and hope is the, that the Screen will work backwards via the Forms....So I will have all the Fields in Form5 Datasource showing.  So if someone were to update Last_Name, it would filter down to the Datasources on Form4, Form3, Form2, Form1.  So On the screen there will only be one instance of the Last_Name Column.  

Then, from there, whatever is in the other forms will show only once, and update the rest of the forms... 

 

Basically, I dont want duplicate fields showing on the screen, just 1 field per item that is necessary.

Your explanation of the "hiccup" sound reasonable to me. Really, the Form5 update should update the "All" as well as the "ISAP" Datasource so that shouldn't be happening in the first place.

 

Form5 issues:

 

I double checked the Form5.OnSuccess formula and it looks correct to me. Still not sure why it is only updating "ISAP". There may be a data issue in your databases which I am unable to diagnose from here.

 

Also, keep in mind that my formulas assume that last names in your data bases are unique for each student. If they are not, perhaps you may want to change all the code that says "Last_Name=DataCard18.Default" to "First_Name=DataCardX.Default && Last_Name=DataCard18.Default" where X is the number of the data card that contains the last name.

 

Form1 issues:

 

I realized that the formula I gave for Form1.OnSuccess may not be correct since it references DataCard18, which is in Form5, not Form1. Please subsitute DataCard18 for whichever Data Card in Form1 contains the Last_Name field info.

 

Hope this gets you closer.

 

-Luke 

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Hear from Principal Program Manager, Dimpi Gandhi, to discover the latest enhancements to the Microsoft #PowerUpProgram, including a new accelerated video-based curriculum crafted with the expertise of Microsoft MVPs, Rory Neary and Charlie Phipps-Bennett. If you’d like to hear what’s coming next, click the link below to sign up today! https://aka.ms/PowerUp  

Tuesday Tip: Community User Groups

It's time for another TUESDAY TIPS, your weekly connection with the most insightful tips and tricks that empower both newcomers and veterans in the Power Platform Community! Every Tuesday, we bring you a curated selection of the finest advice, distilled from the resources and tools in the Community. Whether you’re a seasoned member or just getting started, Tuesday Tips are the perfect compass guiding you across the dynamic landscape of the Power Platform Community.   As our community family expands each week, we revisit our essential tools, tips, and tricks to ensure you’re well-versed in the community’s pulse. Keep an eye on the News & Announcements for your weekly Tuesday Tips—you never know what you may learn!   Today's Tip: Community User Groups and YOU Being part of, starting, or leading a User Group can have many great benefits for our community members who want to learn, share, and connect with others who are interested in the Microsoft Power Platform and the low-code revolution.   When you are part of a User Group, you discover amazing connections, learn incredible things, and build your skills. Some User Groups work in the virtual space, but many meet in physical locations, meaning you have several options when it comes to building community with people who are learning and growing together!   Some of the benefits of our Community User Groups are: Network with like-minded peers and product experts, and get in front of potential employers and clients.Learn from industry experts and influencers and make your own solutions more successful.Access exclusive community space, resources, tools, and support from Microsoft.Collaborate on projects, share best practices, and empower each other. These are just a few of the reasons why our community members love their User Groups. Don't wait. Get involved with (or maybe even start) a User Group today--just follow the tips below to get started.For current or new User Group leaders, all the information you need is here: User Group Leader Get Started GuideOnce you've kicked off your User Group, find the resources you need:  Community User Group ExperienceHave questions about our Community User Groups? Let us know! We are here to help you!

Super User of the Month | Ahmed Salih

We're thrilled to announce that Ahmed Salih is our Super User of the Month for April 2024. Ahmed has been one of our most active Super Users this year--in fact, he kicked off the year in our Community with this great video reminder of why being a Super User has been so important to him!   Ahmed is the Senior Power Platform Architect at Saint Jude's Children's Research Hospital in Memphis. He's been a Super User for two seasons and is also a Microsoft MVP! He's celebrating his 3rd year being active in the Community--and he's received more than 500 kudos while authoring nearly 300 solutions. Ahmed's contributions to the Super User in Training program has been invaluable, with his most recent session with SUIT highlighting an incredible amount of best practices and tips that have helped him achieve his success.   Ahmed's infectious enthusiasm and boundless energy are a key reason why so many Community members appreciate how he brings his personality--and expertise--to every interaction. With all the solutions he provides, his willingness to help the Community learn more about Power Platform, and his sheer joy in life, we are pleased to celebrate Ahmed and all his contributions! You can find him in the Community and on LinkedIn. Congratulations, Ahmed--thank you for being a SUPER user!  

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