Hello PowerApps Community!
Working on building my first PowerApp (I’m a non-programmer). I’ve hit a wall and am hoping to get some guidance…
My collection: I’ve got a collection that includes images I’ve taken inside PowerApps (with the camera feature).
My goal is to get my collection data (including photos) to appear in an .HTML (that will then be converted in Flow to a PDF - NOTE: I've got that part ok).
My progress: I used Shane Young’s awesome solution https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfXV_GXc_JM (25 minutes, 17 seconds) – and poof – I have everything I need except the photos.
My issue: I can’t get the collection camera photos to into appear…(I know they need to converted – but I'm not sure how to best do this).
For my situation:
Anyways…Any guidance would be much appreciated.
I really appreciate the training and guidance put out by superusers – and appreciate this community. Here’s a few links that could be potential solutions.
Here’s my code:
<h2>Additional Information and Data</h2>
& Concat(CameraPhotos2, "<tr><td>" & Name & "</td><td>" & Detailss & "</td><td>" & Tab & "</td></tr>")
Solved! Go to Solution.
For those who are still working on generating a signature with Flow and Powerapps I created a video that should help.
Quick follow up:
Did you ever get this to work? I am using the peninput but if you convert it to base64 you can then store it as a multiline text field in sharepoint and use html text to convert the pdf. Granted I'm not using regular images I need images from the peninput but I assume the principle should be the same.
Thanks for replying!
I was able to implement this:
Which allowed me get signature into my pdf using Blob. It really works great.
But haven't been able to figure out what I need to do for photos (I'm a very basic/beginner coder).
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