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PytByt
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How to Distribute 1 SP List into Multiple Edit Form

Hi all..

 

i want to know how am i suppose to properly distributes a single SP Lists Which contain a 110 fields, into multiple edit form?

 

the idea is, after the user submit all the fields, they want to review it again, so i need to display it again in and edit form. the problem is, i have to devide it into a few (10) different form because there's too much field to show.

 

this is the continuity from my previous thread here, which is already solved with Master @yashag2255 .

 

i open to any suggestion right now for i am desperate.

 

thanks,

 

regards.

pytbyt

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Re: How to Distribute 1 SP List into Multiple Edit Form

Hi @PytByt ,

I've tested the formula in the issue that you posted, it works.

So if you want to create a record by using 10 forms, I suggest you use 

Patch(
          'SP List-1',
           Defaults('SP List-1'),
           Form1.Updates,
           Form2.Updates,
           Form3.Updates,
          ...
          ...
          Form9.Updates,
          Form10.Updates
)

In this issue, do you want to edit the 10 forms and submit them to the same record?

Try this:

SubmitForm(Form1);SubmitForm(Form2);.......;SubmitForm(Form10) 

Set all the form's Item to the same Item and DefaultMode to FormMode.Edit.

 

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu

 

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: How to Distribute 1 SP List into Multiple Edit Form

Hi @PytByt ,

I've tested the formula in the issue that you posted, it works.

So if you want to create a record by using 10 forms, I suggest you use 

Patch(
          'SP List-1',
           Defaults('SP List-1'),
           Form1.Updates,
           Form2.Updates,
           Form3.Updates,
          ...
          ...
          Form9.Updates,
          Form10.Updates
)

In this issue, do you want to edit the 10 forms and submit them to the same record?

Try this:

SubmitForm(Form1);SubmitForm(Form2);.......;SubmitForm(Form10) 

Set all the form's Item to the same Item and DefaultMode to FormMode.Edit.

 

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu

 

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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PytByt
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Re: How to Distribute 1 SP List into Multiple Edit Form

Hi @v-yutliu-msft 

 

Im using your formula and went great. 

 

But...

I have a road bump here when i try to add each attchment data card in every form (10 form i've got) so, there's 10 attachement total distributed in each form.

 

The problem is, the attachment from each form (form 1 through 10) NOT SAVING to the SP list. i already tried almost everything in the forum.

 

I wanna know, is there something i missing out that makes the attachment not working?

here is a few image reference for my distributed from with each attachment data card:

att-1.pngatt-2.pngatt-3.png

 

And this is the exact formula i use in Button Save (for all the form obviously):
Patch('_Onboarding List', Gallery2.Selected, FormTab1.Updates, FormTab2.Updates, FormTab3.Updates, FormTab4.Updates, FormTab5.Updates, FormTab6.Updates);
Notify("Data Updated successfully", NotificationType.Success);
Navigate(LandingPage, ScreenTransition.CoverRight);

 

Please tell why the attachment wont save to my SP List? i need to get the attachment work ASAP.

 

Thanks.

 

Regards,

pytbyt

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