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Anonymous
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Want to enter multiple line using user().email.

Hello Everyone,

 

As I am developing app where in comments whenever any user does changes to fields must mention in comments like I want logs who has done changes etc . I am attaching attachments want solution like that using single User().Email and previous comments must be there , it gets wiped out with entering new comments.

 

Regards,

Sagar Shah

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v-bofeng-msft
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Hi @Anonymous:

Do you want to record user changes to the form in comments?

I've mad a test for your reference:

my data source:

Column (click to edit) Type

TitleSingle line of text
statusActiveSingle line of text
ColumnLinktoCheckboxSingle line of text
commentsMultiple lines of text

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1\set the DataCardValue10's OnChange property to :

 

UpdateContext({var:var&Char(13)&User().FullName&" "&Text(Now(),"[$-en]yyyy/mm/d hh:mm:ss")&Char(13)&"changed Title"}) /*var is my custom variable*/

 

2\set the DataCardValue11's OnChange property to :

 

UpdateContext({var:var&Char(13)&User().FullName&" "&Text(Now(),"[$-en]yyyy/mm/d hh:mm:ss")&Char(13)&"changed statusActive"})

 

3\set the DataCardValue12's OnChange property to :

 

UpdateContext({var:var&Char(13)&User().FullName&" "&Text(Now(),"[$-en]yyyy/mm/d hh:mm:ss")&Char(13)&"changed ColumnLinktoCheckbox"}) 

 

4\set the DataCardValue21's Default property to:

 

Parent.Default &var

 

5\add a button and set it's OnSelect property to:

 

SubmitForm(Form4);UpdateContext({var:Blank()}) /*Form4 is my form*/

 

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Best Regards,

Bof

 

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v-bofeng-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Anonymous:

Do you want to record user changes to the form in comments?

I've mad a test for your reference:

my data source:

Column (click to edit) Type

TitleSingle line of text
statusActiveSingle line of text
ColumnLinktoCheckboxSingle line of text
commentsMultiple lines of text

1.JPG

1\set the DataCardValue10's OnChange property to :

 

UpdateContext({var:var&Char(13)&User().FullName&" "&Text(Now(),"[$-en]yyyy/mm/d hh:mm:ss")&Char(13)&"changed Title"}) /*var is my custom variable*/

 

2\set the DataCardValue11's OnChange property to :

 

UpdateContext({var:var&Char(13)&User().FullName&" "&Text(Now(),"[$-en]yyyy/mm/d hh:mm:ss")&Char(13)&"changed statusActive"})

 

3\set the DataCardValue12's OnChange property to :

 

UpdateContext({var:var&Char(13)&User().FullName&" "&Text(Now(),"[$-en]yyyy/mm/d hh:mm:ss")&Char(13)&"changed ColumnLinktoCheckbox"}) 

 

4\set the DataCardValue21's Default property to:

 

Parent.Default &var

 

5\add a button and set it's OnSelect property to:

 

SubmitForm(Form4);UpdateContext({var:Blank()}) /*Form4 is my form*/

 

35.gif

Best Regards,

Bof

 

Anonymous
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Hello user,

Thanks for solution you have provided but its not working and if I have date picker,drop down value then how can I update my logs.

 

 

Regards,

Sagar Shah

Anonymous
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Hello user,

 

Thanks for solution it worked now I am having another requirements like I wanna fetch changes made to data how can we fetch it..And also last value to new value should be mentioned.

And please ignore previous post of not getting solution.

 

Regards,

 

Sagar Shah

Hi @Anonymous :

Do you want to revert user changes to this record?

My idea is to create another list and save the record to this list every time I submit a modification. If the user needs to roll back the data, they can use the history records saved in this list to update.

For example:

 

Patch(AnOtherList,Defaults(AnOtherList),{Column1:XX,Column2:XX});/*Save the original record to the data source AnOtherList*/
SubmitForm(YourForm)/*Submit the revised record*/

 

If you need to compare the modification of the record, just go to AnOtherList to find the corresponding record.

Best Regards,

Bof

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