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Using a non delegatable command on delegated data

Hi All,

Im looking to use the collect command on a SharePoint list, which I am aware does not delegate, however, i have a filter on the data that is delegatable which will bring the record count to beneath 2000 every time. Would this collect command work correctly on the filtered data set which will be beneath 2000 or will it miss records.

 

many thanks,

Matt

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Re: Using a non delegatable command on delegated data

Hi @MatthewInwards ,

 

Delegate limitation apply only to data sources at the non-delegable function level, so If the filtered list record is less than 2000, the collect function get them all properly.

Hope this helps.

Sik

 

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Re: Using a non delegatable command on delegated data

Hi @MatthewInwards ,

 

Delegate limitation apply only to data sources at the non-delegable function level, so If the filtered list record is less than 2000, the collect function get them all properly.

Hope this helps.

Sik

 

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Re: Using a non delegatable command on delegated data

Hi @v-siky-msft ,

Just to clarify, my Sharepoint list does have over 2000 records, the list that is under 2000 is from the filter command within powerapps. So my code will be ClearCollect(Fakecollection,Filter(Mydatasource))

 

Will this still work? sorry for being a pain, i'd just like to be certain.

 

Many thanks,
Matt

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Re: Using a non delegatable command on delegated data

Hi @MatthewInwards ,

 

Yes, it does work.

Sik

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