I created a custom form app , with more than 30 fields to populate and save to sharepoint list.
Due to a lot of fields to populate, I want to create an option to populate new form fields with existing submited form, on user demand, becouse some of them often could be the same.
I created a dropdown with currently has following code:
Items: sharePointListName.uniqueName /* it gets all already submited forms uniqueNames to dropdown choice */
Now i want to create a button, which after clicking on it, will update all form fields based on already submited form selected in dropdown. Updated fields should be still able to modify.
Do you know what should I type in OnSelect property of a button ?
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Thank you @yashag2255 !
That wasn't exactly solution for my issue, but based on this I found it by myself:
BUTTON OnSelect: Set(UseTemplate,false); Set(UseTemplate,true) DATA FIELD Default: If ( UseTemplate, LookUp(mySharePointList, uniqueName = Dropdown1.Selected.uniqueName, DataFieldColumnName ), Parent.Default ) DROPDOWN OnSelect: Set(UseTemplate, false)
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