I'm using cascading forms to populate my CDS Entity Missions, this method is working but is very fastidious for the user.
The form is using Missions Entity.
The Type Actions field is using :
The Reference :
Sort(Filter(Actions; 'Types actions' = DataCardValue18.Selected.Result);Références)
I tried to create a custom combobox for the Reference field, visually it works but there is no insertion in my CDS Entity.
Could you please help me or give me some advice on how to achieve it please ?
Hi @PowerAddict ,
Yes, the reference value is not getting populated in the Mission entity.
I'm trying to submit the value through a custom data card and adding a combobox allowing multiple values fed by Actions Data Source.
I do use a form to submit the data. When I submit the form all the fields are populated except the reference field.
Hi @mmp974 ,
Do you mean that you can not update Reference successfully?
Could you tell me
1)the data type of Reference field?
2)the formula of Reference field datacard's Update?
Using what formula to update is decided by the field's data type.
Hi @v-yutliu-msft ,
I am not sure how to get it done, I tried to use the patch() function but got many errors and I am not sure how to use it with CDS database.
1 => the reference field is a text field data type
2 => DataCardValue29.SelectedText.Value
And are you saying you are allowing multiple values to be selected in the Reference field combo box?
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I am able now to get this result:
idMissions Contrat References Type Action 10049 10000022 DP003, DP001, DP002, NOMINATION ET MISSIONS DPO
I used the following code for it :
Concat(ComboBox1.SelectedItems; Références & ", ")
Now I'm trying to normalise my Reference field ie :
idMissions Contrat References Type Action 10049 10000022 DP003 NOMINATION ET MISSIONS DPO 10050 10000022 DP001 NOMINATION ET MISSIONS DPO 10051 10000022 DP002 NOMINATION ET MISSIONS DPO
Any hint to get this done ?
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