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Jeronimo
Level: Powered On

Two Functions in Button

I want know how do two functions in the same button, like: Patch(Company;Defaults(Company); {Name: "Company" }) ; Back(Fade)

 

The " ; " don't work here. And i want use Back with Patch.

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PowerApps Staff erga
PowerApps Staff

Re: Two Functions in Button

Hi @Jeronimo

 

Please use double semi-colons (";;"). The semicolon will act as a comma (",") depending on your locale, so the double semicolon will act as a regular escaped semicolon. Below is the correct formula:

 

Patch(Company;Defaults(Company); {Name: "Company" }) ;; Back(Fade)

Please let us know if you have any further issues. 

 

Eric, Software Engineer, PowerApps Staff

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PowerApps Staff erga
PowerApps Staff

Re: Two Functions in Button

Hi @Jeronimo

 

Please use double semi-colons (";;"). The semicolon will act as a comma (",") depending on your locale, so the double semicolon will act as a regular escaped semicolon. Below is the correct formula:

 

Patch(Company;Defaults(Company); {Name: "Company" }) ;; Back(Fade)

Please let us know if you have any further issues. 

 

Eric, Software Engineer, PowerApps Staff

Super User
Super User

Re: Two Functions in Button

Hi

 

As I know,

- Patch(Company;Defaults(Company); {Name: "Company" }) ; Back(Fade)

is usally written as

- Patch(Company, Defaults(Company), {Name: "Company" }) ; Back(Fade)

 

That's using

- , inside Patch

- ; for more than one function, working in sequential route.

 

Hope it clarifies your need.
 

hpkeong
H_A_Unipartner
Level: Power Up

Re: Two Functions in Button

Really helpfull.

Just had this one thing that was blocking me from making my powerapp

Keep the good word dude Smiley Happy