Also is there away the wrong glass Drop downbox can enable once Wrong glass Text or Failed Repair Text is selected in the first box? Go to Solution. You didn't say what the names of your dropdowns are but I'm going to call them "ReasonsDropdown" and "WrongGlassDropdown". It looks like you're not referencing any of the dropdowns in your code, from my understanding you must reference the dropdowns because the data tables just exist, and it looks like you're wanting the dropdowns to be interactive based on a selection within the dropdown.
Also it looks like maybe you've got it a little backwards on top of not referencing your dropdowns and should be doing this. Also I haven't had a lot of luck getting things to cooperate between dropdowns myself with ease I got all mine interacting but I have nearly no idea why. Some of mine I've had to do stuff similar to this with the brackets and symbol. I assume your Wrong Glass dropdown may be on a datacard, for which you need to set the datacard's visible property to the following formula.
If you don't have it on a data card you would need to set the visible property of both the text and the dropdown to the following formula. View solution in original post. Innovate, Collaborate, Grow - The top training and networking event across the globe for Microsoft Business Applications. Skip to main content. Turn on suggestions. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
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Register Now. View All. Top Solution Authors. User Count. Top Kudoed Authors. Users online 4, Top Tags.I am creating a dropdown control in powerapps based on SharePoint data source. Dropdown control on the form is only showing two values Internal and External. I am able to filtering based on each one of them but I would like to add "All Events" choice in the drop down which shows all events when users first load the screen.
Here are my current settings for dropdown field:. Go to Solution. You can use the If function to either have all events if the choice is "all events"or filter based on the event type. In the example below, if the user chooses the "All Events" option in the dropdown, the gallery will have all items whose event type starts with an empty string and all valid strings start with an empty stringeffectively returning all events.
View solution in original post. I have tried this and when the if satment is true, it dosen return any items on just returning Events. Just a bit of extra bells and whistles I read my data from a supporting table in the database so I need to take a few extra steps:.
I have another app though that needs to do the same things, but with a number, as opposed to a text in the example above.
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It works for all the individual items, but what should I set the Select all to? If I leave it blank I get only the records that have a null value. I guess I should let the field have a default value of 0, since 0 has no meaning otherwise.
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Showing results for. Search instead for. Did you mean:. All posts Previous Topic Next Topic. Dvictor Level: Powered On. All values filter - dropdown values. Labels: General Questions. Message 1 of 6. Accepted Solutions. CarlosFigueira Power Apps Staff. Re: All values filter - dropdown values. Items: If Dropdown1. Value, Dropdown1. ColumnStart View solution in original post.
Message 2 of 6. Now thats a good solution.I need to populate a dropdown or combobox with from the content within Table1 but filtered to only show the items that are enabled.
Go to Solution. View solution in original post. This method would work more efficiently than doing the lookup in PowerApps. If you were to do this lookup in PowerApps, the formula for the items property of your dropdown would look something like this:. Unfortunatley i dont think SQL views will be an option as there is more filtering that occurs prior to this point in the app based on selections the end user will make.
Ive tried playing with the formula but im not haivng much luck, any further ideas greatly appreciated! If i am using a dropdown it actually defaults to another column of Table1 called description which is didnt show on my example screenshot but Value is greyed out and therefore i can change it.
However the dropdown still seems determined to lock itself onto this description column of table1 with no ability to change it. It still doesnt work on combo box it just keeps resetting the displayfield but dropdown should work perfectly for what i need it for. The formula has a delegation warning but as i briefly mentioned before there is other filtering that will happen prior to this so the number of records your formula will be working with should only ever be around 40 or so so shouldnt be an issue.
If you have the time could you explain a little bit more about what the formula is doing? Thank you for your help, my app hit a complete brick wall until you fixed this. AddColumns accepts 3 arguments - the data source, the name of the column to add, and the data source of the column to add.
Since both Table1 and Table2 contain columns that are named ID, we use the 'disambiguation syntax' ie Table2[ ID] to avoid any ambiguity in Lookup function. Innovate, Collaborate, Grow - The top training and networking event across the globe for Microsoft Business Applications. Skip to main content. Turn on suggestions. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Showing results for. Search instead for. Did you mean:. All posts Previous Topic Next Topic.
Populate dropdown items with filter and lookup. Labels: Creating Apps. Everyone's tags 3 : dropdown. Message 1 of 9. Accepted Solutions. Re: Populate dropdown items with filter and lookup. Could you try this formula instead?
Message 6 of 9. Message 2 of 9. Ive tried the forumla you provided but that just returns the values of the ID column of table1. Message 3 of 9. Message 4 of 9. Thanks for your help thus far!Part 2 - PowerApps Delegation and Gallery filter with SharePoint Date column
Message 5 of 9. Well you are! Message 7 of 9.When you create dependent or cascading drop-down lists, users select an option in a list to filter options in another list. Many organizations create dependent lists to help users fill out forms more efficiently.
For example, users might select a country or region to filter a list of cities, or users might select a category to show only the codes in that category. If you take this approach, you can use the same parent and child data in more than one app, and you can update that data without republishing the app or apps that use them.
You can accomplish the same outcome by using a collection or static data, but it isn't recommended for enterprise scenarios. For the scenario in this topic, store employees submit issues to an Incidents list through a form.
Employees specify not only the location of the store at which the incident occurred but also the department within that location.
Not all locations have the same departments, so a Locations list ensures that employees can't specify a department for a location that doesn't have that department. This topic uses Microsoft SharePoint lists as data sources, but all tabular data sources work the same way. An Incidents list shows contact information and information about each incident.
Create the Date column as a Date column, but create the other columns as Single line of text columns to simplify configuration and avoid delegation warnings in Microsoft Power Apps. By default, custom SharePoint lists include a Title column that you can't rename or remove, and it must contain data before you can save an item in the list.
To configure the column so that it doesn't require data:. After that change, you can ignore the Title column, or you can remove it from the default view if at least one other column appears. If you've closed the Fields pane, you can open it again by selecting SharePointForm1 in the left navigation bar and then selecting Edit fields on the Properties tab of the right-hand pane. Select or create a SharePoint connection, and then specify the site that contains the Locations list.
The list of connections shows the Incidents list, on which the form is based, and the Locations list, which will identify locations and departments in the form.
Select the Location card, select the Advanced tab in the right-hand pane, and then select Unlock to change properties. If you rename your controls, you can identify them more easily, and the examples are easier to follow. To discover other best practices, review the Coding Standards and Guidelines whitepaper.
Near the top of the right-hand pane, rename the selected control by typing or pasting ddLocation.
Repeat the previous two steps in the Department card to rename the Drop down control to ddDepartment. Select ddDepartmentand then, on the Properties tab of the right-hand pane, select Depends on.
Under Parent controlensure that ddLocation appears in the upper list and Result appears in the lower list. Under Matching fieldselect Locations in the upper list, select Location in the lower list, and then select Apply. This formula filters the items in ddDepartment based on what the user selects in ddLocation. Such a configuration ensures that the "child" list of departments reflects the data for its "parent" location, as the Locations list in SharePoint specifies.
On the Properties tab of the right-hand pane, open the list next to Valueand then select Department. This step sets the display text to the options from the Department column of the Locations list in SharePoint. While holding down the Alt key, open the list of locations, select one, open the list of departments, and then select one. The lists of locations and departments reflects the information in the Locations list in SharePoint. In the upper-left corner, select the back arrow, and then select Back to SharePoint.
Confirm whether you're displaying the correct field for your control in either of these ways:. Select a drop-down list, and then select the Value property in the Properties tab of the right-hand pane.
The dark mode beta is finally here. Change your preferences any time. Stack Overflow for Teams is a private, secure spot for you and your coworkers to find and share information. Currently I'm binding Items property to column e. Name but this populates dropdown with all possible rows.
I want to filter all rows in which another column meets condition e. You can use a Filter expression in the Items property of your dropdown control:. And you can select which field of your table to show in the dropdown by using the Advanced view in the case below, Nameas you had in your example :. Just a note that I had to do something a little more complex for filtering out results for a SQL source where I also needed a Distinct.
The basic idea is I wanted years out of a table, but only last year and whatever years we had listed. Also worth noting the row limit was a bit of an issue against my original date table, and so this only works with smaller tables. Learn more. Filter records for Dropdown control Ask Question. Asked 3 years, 4 months ago. Active 1 year, 5 months ago. Viewed 5k times. How can I filter rows for my Dropdown control?
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The Overflow Blog. Featured on Meta. Feedback on Q2 Community Roadmap. Technical site integration observational experiment live on Stack Overflow.A Drop down control conserves screen real estate, especially when the list contains a large number of choices.
The control takes up only one line unless the user selects the chevron to reveal more choices. The control will show a maximum of items. Default — The initial value of a control before the user specifies a different value. Items — The source of data that contains the items that appear in the control.
If the source has multiple columns, set the control's Value property to the column of data that you want to show. Value — The column of data that you want to show in the control for example, if a data source has multiple columns. AllowEmptySelection — Whether the control shows an empty selection if no item has been selected.
App users can also clear their choices by selecting the blank item. AccessibleLabel — Label for screen readers.
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BorderColor — The color of a control's border. BorderThickness — The thickness of a control's border. Color — The color of text in a control. DisplayMode — Whether the control allows user input Editonly displays data Viewor is disabled Disabled.
Fill — The background color of a control. FocusedBorderColor — The color of a control's border when the control is focused. FocusedBorderThickness — The thickness of a control's border when the control is focused.
Font — The name of the family of fonts in which text appears. Height — The distance between a control's top and bottom edges. HoverBorderColor — The color of a control's border when the user keeps the mouse pointer on that control. HoverColor — The color of the text in a control when the user keeps the mouse pointer on it.To recap, I'd like to be able to choose an Account Coordinator from a choice drop down list in PowerApps and then further filter that to the customer name column, and have the results shown on a gallery on another screen.
The results on the gallery on that other screen would be to show all records for "Kathy Smith" with "Customer Name" sorted. Go to Solution. View solution in original post. Value ,'Customer Name',SortOrder.
Based on the needs that you mentioned, I think the Filter function could achieve your needs. I have made a test on my side, please take a try with the following workaround:.
Within the Screen1set the Items property of the Drop down control Dropdown1 to following:. Set the OnSelect property of the " Filter " button to following:. Within the Screen2set the Items property of the Gallery to following:.
Above formula may cause a Delegation warning issue within your app, in order to get rid of this warning issue, please take a try with the following workaround:. Set the OnVisible property of the first screen of your app to following:. Within your other screen, set the Items property of the Gallery to following:. More details about Filter function, please check the following article:.
Filter function. Thank you very much! This works. However, how can I tie the search to the button? I think it would be helpful to have other buttons other than Customer Name like Status or Director these are all SharePoint Choice columns. Innovate, Collaborate, Grow - The top training and networking event across the globe for Microsoft Business Applications. Skip to main content. Turn on suggestions. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
Showing results for. Search instead for. Did you mean:. All posts Previous Topic Next Topic. DS2 Level 8. Dropdown with Choice from SharePoint Listthen filter into a gallery on another screen. I have placed this choice field onto a drop down list and would like to be able to: Click the drop-down and choose one of the names e. I'd like the results to show on a gallery on another screen.
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