Allow the Patch function to work with Attachments so that a user can patch an attachment to a SharePoint List using a form.
@NicoleS:You ought to be able to save an Attachment field if it's incorporated into a form; the Attachment will be saved along with all other changes when you incorporate the Updates property of the form in the Patch Call.
YourList, // SharePoint List
TargetRecord, // Target record
MyForm.Updates // including the Attachments field
Hope this helps
Please any help?
How do I create a gallery with data from 4 sharepoint lists without using a lookup. 3 of the lists have columns with IDs from the 4th lists ID (Primary key). Can anyone help me with the syntax.
@RezaDorrani @Shanescows @aprildunnam @Dhruvin
You could avoid the formalism of creating SharePoint lists with a Lookup from one to another.
For a Master-Detail relationship pattern, you could keep a reference Number field on the Detail list that is a copy of the value of the Master list's ID field. What you lose with not having this reference field implemented as a lookup field are:
I like this idea - a lot - because I want to be able to patch the attachment(s) WITHOUT using a form!
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