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Save data from 6 screens in one SharePoint List simultaneously

I want to update a SharePoint-List Item with a canvas-app Powerapp. The data is distributed on 6 different screens with each one form. All the data from all 6 forms should be updated on the last screen with just one button.

I tried using the Patch function on the OnSelect Property of the submit button:

Onboarding is my SharePoint-List

GeneralForm_HR and the other one are my Powerapp forms, where I insert the data to them uptade it on SharePoint

Patch(
        Onboarding;
        Defaults(Onboarding);
        GeneralForm_HR.Updates;
        WorkplaceForm_HR.Updates;
        SoftwareForm_HR.Updates;
        TelephonyFrom_HR.Updates;
        OtherForm_HR.Updates;
        AdministrationForm_HR.Updates);;

Using this function all the data will be saved in my Sharepoint-List, but it automatically creates a new completed item and the old Item remains unchanged. 

 

 

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lucia
Level 8

Re: Save data from 6 screens in one SharePoint List simultaneously

Hey,

 

if you want to create new item in your sharepoint list, that is when you use Default in your formula as a second argument. If you want to edit a particular item in your list on the second position you have to define it, either using LookUp function or ThisItem or variable where the item is saved.

 

Hope this helps.

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lucia
Level 8

Re: Save data from 6 screens in one SharePoint List simultaneously

Hey,

 

if you want to create new item in your sharepoint list, that is when you use Default in your formula as a second argument. If you want to edit a particular item in your list on the second position you have to define it, either using LookUp function or ThisItem or variable where the item is saved.

 

Hope this helps.

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ACS
Level: Power Up

Re: Save data from 6 screens in one SharePoint List simultaneously

Thank you!

 

Using the Lookup function to compare the ID of the Item it worked.

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