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Elitezone
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Weird function Sharepoint list (LookUp)

Patch(
    Obrazy_obecnosc,
    LookUp(Obrazy_obecnosc,Last(Split('Imię i nazwisko'.Claims,"|")).Result = User().Email & Created = Today()),
    {
        Nazwa_zadania:Zadanie_nazwa.Text,Opis_zadania:Zadanie_opis.Text
    }
)

This function is always creating new record it cannot match LookUp.

 

And this function does not create any record at all or fill the existing record:

Patch(
    Obrazy_obecnosc,
    LookUp(Obrazy_obecnosc,Last(Split('Imię i nazwisko'.Claims,"|")).Result = User().Email),
    {
        Nazwa_zadania:Zadanie_nazwa.Text,Opis_zadania:Zadanie_opis.Text
    }
)

 

Obrazy_obecnosc is a Sharepoint List.

Imię i Nazwisko is name and surname field.

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v-xiaochen-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Elitezone ,

 

Glad to solve your problem.

If you have a new question, I suggest you create a new post and describe your new problem in detail.

I will be happy to continue to help you solve the problem.

 

Best Regards,

Wearsky

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3 REPLIES 3
v-xiaochen-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Elitezone ,

 

According to your description, let me explain why you encountered this problem.

  1. Last(Split('Imię i nazwisko'.Claims,"|")).Result returns lowercase value. The value returned by User().Email may have uppercase letters. So convert the string to lowercase.
  2. You should use &&. In logic, it means and.
  3. Today() only returns the date. Created returns the date and time. You should remove the time to compare them.

 

You can try the following code:

If(

    !IsBlank(

        LookUp(

            Obrazy_obecnosc,

            Last(

                Split(

                    'Imię i nazwisko'.Claims,

                    "|"

                )

            ).Result = Lower(User().Email) && DateValue(Text(Created)) = Today()

        )

    ),

    Patch(

        Obrazy_obecnosc,

        LookUp(

            Obrazy_obecnosc,

            Last(

                Split(

                    'Imię i nazwisko'.Claims,

                    "|"

                )

            ).Result = Lower(User().Email) && DateValue(Text(Created)) = Today()

        ),

        {

            Nazwa_zadania: Zadanie_nazwa.Text,

            Opis_zadania: Zadanie_opis.Text

        }

    )

)

Best Regards,

Wearsky

@v-xiaochen-msft 

It works very good. Do you have idea how to make it to save more than one record?

Currently it only saves one record (last one) and If I change input it replace it.

v-xiaochen-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Elitezone ,

 

Glad to solve your problem.

If you have a new question, I suggest you create a new post and describe your new problem in detail.

I will be happy to continue to help you solve the problem.

 

Best Regards,

Wearsky

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