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urvashi19
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Update sharePoint list with textbox data.

I have gallery1 with task view of sharepoint list 1. When I select a specific row from gallery, it navigates me to another screen.  In another screen we have gallery 2 (of sharepoint list2) from which data is updated into textbox. The textbox data needs to be updated into sharepoint lsit1. i am not able to apply patch() for this task. 

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Suchitra1996
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@urvashi19 

 

In order to Patch the items in SharePoint list 1, you can use below formula:

 

Patch(SharePointList1, Gallery1.selected, { columnName:TextInput.Text})



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Suchitra1996
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@urvashi19 

 

In order to Patch the items in SharePoint list 1, you can use below formula:

 

Patch(SharePointList1, Gallery1.selected, { columnName:TextInput.Text})



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