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KinYan
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no submit data on combobox AGAIN!

Yes, recently I posted a message(combox-box-no-submit-data ) which ask why no submit data for one of the combobox, thanks for @v-bofeng-msft who fixed the issue perfectly.

 

today, similar issue happen again, can someone help me fix it , thank you.

 

There are 2 List:

List A: Departments

Office: Choice

Department: Single line of text. the column name changed from title to Department.

TeamLead: Person or Group

FolderPath: Single line of text

 

List B: Roles

Role: Single line of text

Office: Choice

Department: Choice

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Roles PowerApps:

combo box name:
Office: cbOffice_C

Department: cbDepartment_C

 

Items property:

Office combo box: Choices([@Departments].Office)

Department combo box: Filter(Departments, Office.Value = cbOffice_C.Selected.Value)

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try @v-bofeng-msft 's solution, but fail

 

LookUp(Choices('Roles'.Department),Value=cbDepartment_C.Selected.Department)

 

 

 

have no idea, why so difficult to submit data for a combobox....

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Hi @KinYan :

Your settings seem to be fine,I just suspect that this code does not get the value.

Please add a lable control,and set it's text property to:

 

LookUp(Choices('Roles'.Department),Value=cbDepartment_C.Selected.Department).Value

 

Then check if this label control shows any value.

Best Regards,

Bof

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v-bofeng-msft
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Hi @KinYan :

Could you tell me:

  • Does Department(Roles) allow multiple selections?
  • Which table are you updating?Roles or Departments?
  • Does your code have value(LookUp(Choices('Roles'.Department),Value=cbDepartment_C.Selected.Department))?I suggest that you can first check whether the following code has obtained the target value

Best Regards,

Bof

My reply as below in RED:

 

  • Does Department(Roles) allow multiple selections? No
  • Which table are you updating?Roles or Departments? I'm updating Roles
  • Does your code have value(LookUp(Choices('Roles'.Department),Value=cbDepartment_C.Selected.Department))?I suggest that you can first check whether the following code has obtained the target value Please see below captured.pngdc1.png

Hi @KinYan :

Your settings seem to be fine,I just suspect that this code does not get the value.

Please add a lable control,and set it's text property to:

 

LookUp(Choices('Roles'.Department),Value=cbDepartment_C.Selected.Department).Value

 

Then check if this label control shows any value.

Best Regards,

Bof

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hi @v-bofeng-msft , i know what's the reason, sorry, my bad.

KinYan_0-1592874201297.png

 

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