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WebPortal
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Post Prodigy

"The 'Value' formula has some invalid arguments'...

This formula is OnSelect of a button.

 

Table A and Table B are extracted from Excel:

 

ForAll(
TableA,
ForAll(
TableB,
If(
Value(TableA[@ColumnA]) = Value(TableB[@ColumnA])

....

 

I get the syntax error: "The 'Value' formula has some invalid arguments'.

Sure, but which errors?

 

So, if I remove the Value to:

 

Value(TableA[@ColumnA]) = TableB[@ColumnA]

 

I now get the error on the equal sign.

 

Any ideas?

 

I have another app with exactly the same formula and it works, this seems too erratic, but maybe I'm doing something wrong here.

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gabibalaban
Dual Super User
Dual Super User

Hi @WebPortal ,

 

Use:

ForAll(
TableA As myFirstTable,
ForAll(
TableB,
If(
Value(myFirstTable.columnA) =Value(columnA)

....

 

Hope it helps !

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