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nchandran
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Need help to match value between input and sharepoint then populate radio buttons.

Hi,

Can someone help me, i have a powerapp form text input which when submitted falls nicely in database A. This input needs to be compared with a measurement criteria database b item.

In short there are three problem i'm facing

1) upon submit the system should calculate if the user input is lesser than database B item then reveal a radio selection and set it to fail and display a label sentence "u passed please go next item" . At the same time it will set checkbox in diagram to weld repair.

2) if the input is greater than database B we are supposed to toggle to (pass) button and reveal a another set of toggle button.

3) last toggle question should reveal a sentence with a calculation field under skim cut value where user input minus database b divide 2.

I got some screenshots here to show you what i actually wanted.

problem to compare ac and reveal combo box.jpgdata b.jpg

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Need help to match value between input and sharepoint then populate radio buttons.

Hi @nchandran ,

Do you want to compare the user input (Line Item 1 Text Box) with the ACLineitem1 column in your data base B (a SP List)?

Is there only one record existed in your data base B?

 

Based on the issue that you mentioned, I think If function could achieve your needs. Please take a try with the following workaround:

Set the OnSelect property of the "Submit"  button to following:

Set(
SubmittedLineItem1,
Patch('Your Database A', Defaults('Your Database A'), {LineItem1Column: Value('Line Item 1'.Text)})
)

Note: The LineItem1Column represents the number column in your database A, which used to store the Line Item 1 text box (User Input).

Set the Default property of the Radio control to following:

If(
   !IsBlank(SubmittedLineItem1) && SubmittedLineItem1.LineItem1Column < First('Your database B').ACLineitem1,
   "Fail",
   !IsBlank(SubmittedLineItem1) && SubmittedLineItem1.LineItem1Column > First('Your database B').ACLineitem1,
   "Pass"
)

Add a Label (Label1), set the Text property to following:

"u passed please go next item"

set the Visible property to following:

If(Radio1.Selected.Value = "Fail", true, false)

Set the Default property of the "Weld Repair + machine" Checkbox to following:

If(
Radio1.Selected.Value = "Fail", true,
Radio1.Selected.Value = "Pass", false
)

Set the Default property of the "Skimcut" Checkbox to following:

If(
   Radio1.Selected.Value = "Pass", true, 
   Radio1.Selected.Value = "Fail", false
)

 

Add aother Label (Label2) under the "Skimcut" Checkbox, set the Text property to following:

"The calculation value is " &  SubmittedLineItem1.LineItem1Column - First('Your database B').ACLineitem1/2

set the Visible property of the Label2 to following:

If(
   Radio1.Selected.Value = "Pass",
true,
false )

Please take a try with above solution, check if the issue is solved.

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Need help to match value between input and sharepoint then populate radio buttons.

Hi @nchandran ,

Do you want to compare the user input (Line Item 1 Text Box) with the ACLineitem1 column in your data base B (a SP List)?

Is there only one record existed in your data base B?

 

Based on the issue that you mentioned, I think If function could achieve your needs. Please take a try with the following workaround:

Set the OnSelect property of the "Submit"  button to following:

Set(
SubmittedLineItem1,
Patch('Your Database A', Defaults('Your Database A'), {LineItem1Column: Value('Line Item 1'.Text)})
)

Note: The LineItem1Column represents the number column in your database A, which used to store the Line Item 1 text box (User Input).

Set the Default property of the Radio control to following:

If(
   !IsBlank(SubmittedLineItem1) && SubmittedLineItem1.LineItem1Column < First('Your database B').ACLineitem1,
   "Fail",
   !IsBlank(SubmittedLineItem1) && SubmittedLineItem1.LineItem1Column > First('Your database B').ACLineitem1,
   "Pass"
)

Add a Label (Label1), set the Text property to following:

"u passed please go next item"

set the Visible property to following:

If(Radio1.Selected.Value = "Fail", true, false)

Set the Default property of the "Weld Repair + machine" Checkbox to following:

If(
Radio1.Selected.Value = "Fail", true,
Radio1.Selected.Value = "Pass", false
)

Set the Default property of the "Skimcut" Checkbox to following:

If(
   Radio1.Selected.Value = "Pass", true, 
   Radio1.Selected.Value = "Fail", false
)

 

Add aother Label (Label2) under the "Skimcut" Checkbox, set the Text property to following:

"The calculation value is " &  SubmittedLineItem1.LineItem1Column - First('Your database B').ACLineitem1/2

set the Visible property of the Label2 to following:

If(
   Radio1.Selected.Value = "Pass",
true,
false )

Please take a try with above solution, check if the issue is solved.

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
nchandran
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Re: Need help to match value between input and sharepoint then populate radio buttons.

Thank you kris.


@v-xida-msft wrote:

Hi @nchandran ,

Do you want to compare the user input (Line Item 1 Text Box) with the ACLineitem1 column in your data base B (a SP List)?

Is there only one record existed in your data base B?

 

Based on the issue that you mentioned, I think If function could achieve your needs. Please take a try with the following workaround:

Set the OnSelect property of the "Submit"  button to following:

Set(
SubmittedLineItem1,
Patch('Your Database A', Defaults('Your Database A'), {LineItem1Column: Value('Line Item 1'.Text)})
)

Note: The LineItem1Column represents the number column in your database A, which used to store the Line Item 1 text box (User Input).

Set the Default property of the Radio control to following:

If(
   !IsBlank(SubmittedLineItem1) && SubmittedLineItem1.LineItem1Column < First('Your database B').ACLineitem1,
   "Fail",
   !IsBlank(SubmittedLineItem1) && SubmittedLineItem1.LineItem1Column > First('Your database B').ACLineitem1,
   "Pass"
)

Add a Label (Label1), set the Text property to following:

"u passed please go next item"

set the Visible property to following:

If(Radio1.Selected.Value = "Fail", true, false)

Set the Default property of the "Weld Repair + machine" Checkbox to following:

If(
Radio1.Selected.Value = "Fail", true,
Radio1.Selected.Value = "Pass", false
)

Set the Default property of the "Skimcut" Checkbox to following:

If(
   Radio1.Selected.Value = "Pass", true, 
   Radio1.Selected.Value = "Fail", false
)

 

Add aother Label (Label2) under the "Skimcut" Checkbox, set the Text property to following:

"The calculation value is " &  SubmittedLineItem1.LineItem1Column - First('Your database B').ACLineitem1/2

set the Visible property of the Label2 to following:

If(
   Radio1.Selected.Value = "Pass",
true,
false )

Please take a try with above solution, check if the issue is solved.

 

Best regards,


 

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