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sachinsoni441
Helper II
Helper II

Want to get single column from collection.

Hello experts,

 

I have one single row collection which has 3 columns.

 

Example

1. ID

2. Name

3. Status

 

How can i get Status column value, because i want to show this status in label.

Note :Collection always having single row only.

 

Please help.

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mdevaney
Super User
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@sachinsoni441 

The Collection must be converted to a record to get the Status.  Put this code in the Text property of a label.

First(your_collection_name).Status

 

Or you can use this code if Status was coming from a Choices column in SharePoint initially.

First(your_collection_name).Status.Value

 

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mdevaney
Super User
Super User

@sachinsoni441 

The Collection must be converted to a record to get the Status.  Put this code in the Text property of a label.

First(your_collection_name).Status

 

Or you can use this code if Status was coming from a Choices column in SharePoint initially.

First(your_collection_name).Status.Value

 

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Pstork1
Dual Super User
Dual Super User

If the column is always guaranteed to have a single row you could use the following to get the value of the status column

First(collection).Status


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RTB_10
Helper I
Helper I

Does anyone have any possible solutions for when the column is not going have a single row?

Pstork1
Dual Super User
Dual Super User

If you surround the First() with a coalesce you should be able to substitute a placeholder value when the array returned is null.

Coalesce(First(collection).Status,"No Status")


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