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freshyshreya
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how to fix the error for switch function

Hi,

In the pic below,I am trying to use switch function(2) based upon the selection made in (1)

freshyshreya_0-1631515755397.png

Note:1 is a combo-box

2 is a label

The below pic shows the error

freshyshreya_1-1631515891825.png

Please help!

 

 

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Hi @freshyshreya ,

 

If you want to print the values in text format you can use below formula and update according to your requirement. 

 

Switch(ComboBox2.Selected.Value,"Finance",Concatenate("[","freshy","]"),.....)

 

 

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PG_WorXz10
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Hi @freshyshreya ,

 

Could you please share the code. It seems there is something wrong in the code and it is returning table values to the label.

 

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Hi @PG_WorXz10 ,

Sharing the code in the pic below.

freshyshreya_0-1631517538730.png

 

Hi @freshyshreya ,

 

Do you want to display the text in square brackets ? 

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Hi @freshyshreya ,

 

If you want to print the values in text format you can use below formula and update according to your requirement. 

 

Switch(ComboBox2.Selected.Value,"Finance",Concatenate("[","freshy","]"),.....)

 

 

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Hi @PG_WorXz10 ,

No,I don't want to display the text in square brackets.It should be normal text like freshy,rajesh,aravind etc

Hi @freshyshreya ,

 

In that case please try below formula because powerapps consider [ ] for array thats why it is resulting in records value. 

 

Switch(ComboBox2.Selected.Value,"Finance","freshy",.....)

 

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Hi @PG_WorXz10 ,

The solution works.Thanks!

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