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BrianKnight
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Converting to an Object

Is there a way to convert a value in a database like "ScreenName" to an object type in PowerApps so navigation can be made more dynamic? All is well when I use a Table function to do that but when I try to wire it to a datasource of screen names, it goes bonkers. Smiley Happy

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BrianKnight
Level 8

Re: Converting to an Object

OK figured it out. We created a collection of screen names and then joined the dataset to it using AddColumns. That was fun. Smiley Sad

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BrianKnight
Level 8

Re: Converting to an Object

OK figured it out. We created a collection of screen names and then joined the dataset to it using AddColumns. That was fun. Smiley Sad

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