Implementing a required field validation is the way to force encourage a system user to enter the information which is critical for your business. There are some options below to support this in PowerApps: 1. Too Easy and too obvious. App level validation. It’s a Card property on the Edit form. Select the card you… Continue reading Multiple ways to implement a required field validation in PowerApps. Part 1.
These are functions to find one or more records in a table. Matches by a formula or a single string * Multiple formulas accepted Returns multiple records or a single record Returns the subset of the original dataset or one value No record found Function to check if no record found Filter Formula Yes… Continue reading Filter, Search, and Lookup functions in PowerApps compared.
This is one of my favorite ways for the web application custom validation. And it works for PowerApps as well. We will implement this type of the validation for the First Name and Last Name controls on the Edit form for PowerApp. The Requirements First Name field is a required field. Last Name field is… Continue reading Implementing a web form check sum group validation for PowerApps
Recently, I am trying to ignore workflows and move all the custom functional logic into Flows. This time I created a very simple Flow converting a text field value into a number and copying it to another field. I needed it for my chart. I run the Flow on a custom entity. An I forgot… Continue reading Help! My Flow is not triggered (for a custom entity)
Customisation & Configuration No Add-Ons + Add-Ons Business Logic Complicity No Add-Ons + Add-Ons + Add-Ons + “No coding” coding Support Support Responsibilities *US - a Dev team for the continues development or a Customer/Support Team - for after GoLive Triage Responsibilities *US - a Dev team for the continues development or… Continue reading Add-Ons, No-code and Other Imaginary Friends vs System Support and Maintenance (random drawings)
Nothing special...just PowerPack add-ons...on the unified interface...on my mobile. As a former product owner and a product development team lead I know how challenging a product development could be. Catching up with the latest Microsoft platform changes is a different story. The story you have to keep up with to survive in the Microsoft… Continue reading Exploring PowerPack for Productivity(excited)
If (you know) you are going to repeat some steps of the Flow logic (actions, conditions etc) in multiple Flows for different triggers and entities, think about using a child Flow as a container for a reusable logic. Although you can always clone your Flow via Export-Import, making changes to a single module is much easier… Continue reading Flow: parent-child flows for a reusable logic