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MatsGustavsson
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Why cant I choose from the selected list in the lookup

I am trying to use this to get the price for the choosen PC, but it says error on equal to

If(!IsEmpty(Valjdator3.SelectedItems); LookUp('PC-items'; Name = Valjdator3.SelectedItems.Name;ItemNumber))

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RandyHayes
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@MatsGustavsson 

SelectedItems is a table.  So referring to the .Name value is not valid.

Try this for your formula instead:

If(
   !IsEmpty(Valjdator3.SelectedItems); 
   LookUp('PC-items'; Name = Valjdator3.Selected.Name;ItemNumber)
  )

I hope this is helpful for you.

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RandyHayes
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@MatsGustavsson 

SelectedItems is a table.  So referring to the .Name value is not valid.

Try this for your formula instead:

If(
   !IsEmpty(Valjdator3.SelectedItems); 
   LookUp('PC-items'; Name = Valjdator3.Selected.Name;ItemNumber)
  )

I hope this is helpful for you.

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Anonymous
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@MatsGustavsson 

 

Should your If expression have comma instead of semi-colon, or is this a language thing?

 

Could it not be written Lookup('PC-Items', Name = If(!IsBlank(Valjdator3.SelectedItems), Valjdator.SelectedItems.Name, ItemNumber))

 

Andrew

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