I have created a PowerApp with 3 Forms. 1st Form has a choice column. Based on what user selected in the 1st Form, either 2nd Form or 3rd Form will be navigated.
Lets say on the first form I have Choice Column with values X & Y. If user selects Value X then it will navigate to form that is created for X Type. If user selects Value Y then it will navigate to form that is created for Y Type.
After submitting, I want to view directly the form of X Type if the choice selected is X or else I want to view directly the form of Y Type if the choice selected is Y.
How can I achieve this in PowerApps? Please help.
Lots of ways you can do this. The shortest method may be a Switch() statement.
You can set Button1.OnSelect to:
Switch( Dropdown1.Selected.Value, X,Screen2, Y,Screen3 )
I'm not sure what kind of control you're using for the choices, so you'll need to change that to your needs.
I'm also not sure what kind of data types X and Y are. I'm assuming they are text in this scenario. You'll need to match their type with what's picked in the dropdown/combobox control you're using.
Mr.Dang, Actually I was able to accomplish navigating/swithcing between screens and submit the form based on choice selected.
But here is my actual blocker:
After submitting, I want to view directly the form of X Type (if the choice selected is X) or else I want to view directly the form of Y Type(if the choice selected is Y).
(Something that needs to formulated in OnView property?!)
Hi @SumanthDundi7 ,
Could you please share a screenshot about your app's configuration?
Do you want to view the X Type form (or Y Type form) directly after you submit your X Type form (or Y type form)?
Further, do you custom a form in your SP List using PowerApps?
Based on the scenario that you mentioned, I suppose that you custom a form in your SP list using PowerApps, is it true?
I have made a test on my side, please consider take a try with the following workaround:
1. Remove the RequestHide() formula from the OnSuccess property of your first Edit form.
2. Set the OnSuccess property of the X Type form to following:
Navigate(XTypeScreen); /* <-- XTypeScreen contains the XTypeForm */
set the Item property of the X Type form to following:
3. Set the OnSuccess property of the Y Type form to following:
Navigate(YTypeScreen); /* <-- YTypeScreen contains the YTypeForm */
set the Item property of the Y Type form to following:
4. Set the OnCancel property of the SharePointIntegration control to following:
ResetForm(FirstForm); ResetForm(XTypeForm); ResetForm(YTypeForm);
RequestHide(); /* <-- hiden the custom form */
5. Set the OnNew property of the SharePointIntegration control to following:
6. Set the OnSave property of the SharePointIntegration control to following:
If( ChoiceFiledDropdownBox.Selected.Value = "X", SubmitForm(XTypeForm), ChoiceFiledDropdownBox.Selected.Value = "Y", SubmitForm(YTypeForm) )
Please take a try with above solution, then check if the issue is solved.
Note: I assume that you use SubmitForm function to submit your form data.
Sorry if it is understood that way. But thanks alot for your reply.
Here is what I am looking for:
" I want to view the X type form from the SharePoint list directly if the choice selected is X related type." Likewise, for Y type form. But not right after submitting!
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