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JasonF
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Using Lookups (relationship fields) in Charts

In the example below I have a Master table (Divisions) in the one to many relations with Sales. Using the "Division Name" as the relationship/lookup. However if I wasnt to chart all sales by "Division Name" it does not appear to be a selection on Chart Properties. Can this be done programically?

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JasonF
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Re: Using Lookups (relationship fields) in Charts

Well  I did figure out a work around. If you create a collection, then add a column to that comlection and insert the text of the lookup into it.

ClearCollect( CompanyCollect, AddColumns(CompanyNameCollect, "Company", crdf5_DivisionName.'Division Name'))

Awkward, but it works.

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Re: Using Lookups (relationship fields) in Charts

Hi @JasonF ,

 

I think this cannot be achieved so far. Consider to add an idea in below forum if you need this feature.

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/PowerApps-Ideas/idb-p/PowerAppsIdeas

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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JasonF
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Re: Using Lookups (relationship fields) in Charts

Well  I did figure out a work around. If you create a collection, then add a column to that comlection and insert the text of the lookup into it.

ClearCollect( CompanyCollect, AddColumns(CompanyNameCollect, "Company", crdf5_DivisionName.'Division Name'))

Awkward, but it works.

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