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How to handle Lookup as a passed property into PCF.

I am trying to pass a lookup into my PCF component but do not see any property for lookups in the ComponentFramework d.ts. Help would be appreciated

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Re: How to handle Lookup as a passed property into PCF.

I believe it's a work in progress.

 

Lookups are far harder to handle than other data types especially when the aim is to provide a single component framework for both Data Driven and Canvas apps.

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Re: How to handle Lookup as a passed property into PCF.

I believe it's a work in progress.

 

Lookups are far harder to handle than other data types especially when the aim is to provide a single component framework for both Data Driven and Canvas apps.

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