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llacefield
Helper II
Helper II

Using a Number Collected in Collection in Pop Up Message - Shopping Cart App

Hello,

 

I'm needing a bit of assistance in displaying a quantity of an item being ordered for a user when using our App. The app is set up like a "Shopping Cart" experience where the user selects the equipment needed and adds those items to the cart. In doing so, when the user clicks on "Add Items to Order" it clears the Form that is used to collect the information. So the formula that I use in the Pop-Up text message to confirm the number of items being ordered doesn't work since the Form is set to reset after the button is clicked, please see the code below. 

 

drp_NumNeeded.Selected.Value & "of " & glry_Equipment.Selected.Item & " has been added to order!"

 

These items are collected temporarily in a Collection, (please see the picture below) until they navigate to the "View Items" screen where they finalize the purchase and then ultimately submits the order that then clears the collection. So In my mind, I thought that there would be a way to pull the EquipQtyNeeded into the pop-up message by looking up the item up by the EquipmentID.

 

Any assistance would greatly be appreciated!

 

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EricLott
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You could just collect the relevant data in another collection for temporary use. On the "Add Items to Order" Click property, add this before you clear the selections:

 

ClearCollect(NotificationData,{Item:glry_Equipment.Selected.Item,Qty:drp_NumNeeded.Selected.Value})

 

Then you can do your popup like this:

Notify(First(NotificationData).Qty & " of " & First(NotificationData).Item & " added to cart.")


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EricLott
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You could just collect the relevant data in another collection for temporary use. On the "Add Items to Order" Click property, add this before you clear the selections:

 

ClearCollect(NotificationData,{Item:glry_Equipment.Selected.Item,Qty:drp_NumNeeded.Selected.Value})

 

Then you can do your popup like this:

Notify(First(NotificationData).Qty & " of " & First(NotificationData).Item & " added to cart.")


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