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Advocate II
Advocate II

data type is not supported

 

Dear

 

In the process of creating a new app, from a sharepoint list

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{"status":400,"message":"The required field \"numero de proyecto\" data type is not supported","errors":[]}

 

Identificador de sesión: c4b75564-c5ff-b7c9-12a5-133fb53a6b4e

 

The field is a multiple selection list box, created from infopath

How can I fix this error?

Thank you

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Power Apps
Power Apps

PowerApps does not currently support multi-selection types.

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Power Apps
Power Apps

PowerApps does not currently support multi-selection types.

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Dear

 

Change the multiple selection list
Per individual box

 

thank you

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Are there any plans to support this data type?  Multi-Selection fields are quite common when building forms... and find it strange the support is not yet there.

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Are there any plans to support this data type?  Multi-Selection fields are quite common when building forms... and find it strange the support is not yet there.

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Me too I'd like to know if there are any plans to support multivalued choice and lookup fields (Sharepoint).

This indeed is a very common and very widely used (and useful) type of field in Sharepoint. Without support on this we can't start designing and using Powerapps in our organisation, even though it is part of our O365 package.

 

We currently use Nintex forms, the feature works perfectly in there. 

 

Thanks in advance for your feedback.

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in my case
I'm locked, and you need to use drop-down lists
From sharepoint are very useful

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Agreed,

 

We just finished the process of "migrating" all of our data from a SharePoint Task List over to a Custom List just to take advantage of Microsoft Flow.

 

However, even after all of the work needed to reestablish our forms and carry over the data, we're greeted by yet another issue which also prevents us from using Flow (even though our list is now clearly shown in the Flow drop-drown selection.) Multi-selection data types are extremely common, and at this point we can't afford to create individual columns for each of these 50+ possible selections.

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