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Matthias
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Add Articles to an Event - Save in SharePoint Allocation Table

I am building an event planning app. Every event can contain n articles from a list of articles.

Events are stored in SharePoint list, articles are available from a SharePoint list, too.

 

In PowerApps I want to add articles to the event. Therefore i use a 3rd sharepoint list (my allocation list) that stores Event.ID and Article.ID.

How can I select an article on a power apps screen and automatically push it's ID into the allocation list?

 

 

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Re: Add Articles to an Event - Save in SharePoint Allocation Table

Hi Matthias,

 

I am afraid that what you want cannot be achieved. As currently, we are not able to select a file on PowerApps screen.

 

I have seen an idea on PowerApps Ideas Forum about “Attach a file to form”, please check this link for more details. You could comment and vote this idea at here:
https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/PowerApps-Ideas/Attach-a-file-to-form/idi-p/20596


Best regards,
Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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