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Upload Dropdown values on Database

Good Morning Friends!

I need a little bit of help please.

I've a PowerApp that has many tables, one of them, that is the final, uses some fields to insert values in the database, and I have some dropdown values that come from other tables to improve the information already uploaded.

I can't find a way to upload this values to the database too, only the values that are in the DataCards.

Do you have some idea to help me?

Thanks a lot.

Regards,

Robson, from Brasil.

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So -- I'm not certain about your tables and where they are coming from...but consider this.

 

I build Dropdown_Tipos

 

In Dropdown_Tipos, I set:

Items = TBL_TipoCavalo

Value = TipoCavalo

 

Now my dropdown menu has 2 options:  Toco and Trucado.

 

In my datacard for TipoCavalo in Form_Cadastros -- it looks like we want the ID, not Toco or Trucado, yes?

 

So in my datacard, I set:

 

Update = Dropdown_Tipos.Selected.Id_TipoCavalo

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Great news NEPatton!

One hundred percent correct!

Thanks a lot for you help!

Anytime!  Glad I could help!  A little love to Brazil from USA! 🙂

If I go to Alaska with my motorcycle I'll make you a visit. Smiley LOL

Hello, I was looking into the thread because I have a similar issue, However how would I be able to  put a custom dropdown inside of the datacard and delete the dropdown that is automatically generated?

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