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fomenter
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cascading dropdown based on many variables

Hello,

 

I am trying to create an app for my engineering economy students.  There will be 4 drop downs. The first one will indicate the percentage (from 0.5% to 50%). The second dropbox will have 8 different economic choices. The third one will look at the "number of years" (25 different choices).  Based on all these different variables, I want app to extract/populate/give me the precalculated figure.  (Please see attachment)

 

I had a chance to build a few very basic apps, but this one seems to be out of my scope. Can somebody guide me? 

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PeterDonohue
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You 'could' put all those values into code creating large tables within your app, or you could store those in sharepoint lists / database and then reference them.

 

Once you have your data stored somewhere that is accessible, it should be as simple as using a filter/lookup combination to populate the dropdowns dynamically

I guess the point that I am having a problem with is the last dropdown box. How would I connect from a dropdown list to a text box which would give me the answer (based on my selection of economic expression to the final value)?

 

I attached two files for you to view the files. Thank you for your help

It will be something like:

 

Lookup(
   PowerAppList,
       year = Dropdown1.Selected.Value && 
       interest = Dropdown2.Selected.Value && 
       econ =. Dropdown3.Selected.Value,
       finalvalue
)

 

After selected there is an attribute Value - this will depend on the data type, it may be text etc

 

 

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