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afernando
Level 10

Multiple search columns - Combo Box

Hi,

Does anyone know if it's possible to have multiple search columns for a combo box and if so, what's the syntax?

 

Thanks in advance,

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Meneghino
Level 10

Re: Multiple search columns - Combo Box

Hi @afernando

Yes, it is possible.  you just need to name the columns in the SearchFields property, so

ComboBox1.SearchFields = ["MyFirstColumn", "MySecondColumn"]

PS Thank you for making me realise combo boxes are here, not in the what's new yet...

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Meneghino
Level 10

Re: Multiple search columns - Combo Box

Hi @afernando

Yes, it is possible.  you just need to name the columns in the SearchFields property, so

ComboBox1.SearchFields = ["MyFirstColumn", "MySecondColumn"]

PS Thank you for making me realise combo boxes are here, not in the what's new yet...

diegoadum
Level: Powered On

Re: Multiple search columns - Combo Box

Is this still valid? I'm getting an error due to the result of 

["MyFirstColumn", "MySecondColumn"] is returning a table istead a text.

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