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Kevin_Maxwell
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Using delegable function with SharePoint cause blue exclamation error

I am using a LookUp with SharePoint using '=' or 'in' which is supposed to be supported according to this page, but I am getting a blue dot. Why?

 

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ForAll(Beneficiary_Collection,
Patch(Beneficiary,LookUp(Beneficiary, Beneficiary_GUID in Beneficiary_Collection[@Beneficiary_GUID]),
{
...
}))

Thanks

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Microsoft Employee

Re: Using delegable function with SharePoint cause blue exclamation error

Please note that other functions are supposrted but they're just not deletgable. With 20-50 items you hsould be good to ingore the warning and go ahead with the update.

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Microsoft Employee

Re: Using delegable function with SharePoint cause blue exclamation error

Hello Kevin,

 

The issue is most likely in the "First" function that is not delegable. You can find more details here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/maker/canvas-apps/delegation-overview

Kevin_Maxwell
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Re: Using delegable function with SharePoint cause blue exclamation error

@dinusc Even without First I get the same error. Please see my updated post.

Microsoft Employee

Re: Using delegable function with SharePoint cause blue exclamation error

You removed the "First" function but you also replaced "=" with "in" which is not delegable. Please see this: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/maker/canvas-apps/delegation-list

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Super User

Re: Using delegable function with SharePoint cause blue exclamation error

In is not supported by SharePoint. Sorry. Need to come up with a clever workaround or change data sources.

 

How many items do you have in your list?

Shane - Microsoft MVP, YouTube, and PowerApps Consulting for when you are in a bind to get this fixed quickly. And finally we now have PowerApps Training
Kevin_Maxwell
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Re: Using delegable function with SharePoint cause blue exclamation error

@ShanescowsI'm still in shock that PowerApps doesn't support so many basic things. Anyway, I need to update ~20-50 items.

Microsoft Employee

Re: Using delegable function with SharePoint cause blue exclamation error

Please note that other functions are supposrted but they're just not deletgable. With 20-50 items you hsould be good to ingore the warning and go ahead with the update.

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