12-20-2016 08:51 AM
12-20-2016 08:51 AM
In InfoPath there was the repeating table control that would let one add dynamically rows in a table. Is there anything similar in PowerApps? I have looked at the gallery but it looks like you have to specify the number of items in the gallery. Thanks.
12-21-2016 04:25 AM
12-21-2016 06:14 AM
Thank you. But that link is broken, Please let me know if there is a different link.
02-10-2018 05:37 AM - edited 02-10-2018 05:40 AM
I guess that's not what Sreeni is looking for. Laura article is about displaying data from 2 SharePoint lists. What Infopath was used to be able to do was to create an entry form for users to input data on a repeating tabet. For example in a plane tickets booking scenario where the user enters first name, last name and age of 'person 1' and then clicks on a + button to add another passenger : the 3 Input fields first name, last name and age are then repeated do user can add a second passenger details. The data was stored in the same SharePoint list with no data binding to a SharePoint column but to an XML file dealt by Infopath.
I'malso looking for such a solution :beaming_face_with_smiling_eyes:
02-15-2018 09:31 AM
02-15-2018 10:16 AM
You will have to add a gallery control and the Items property of the control will need to be set to display the items. The gallery will have to be designed to have the fields that you want in the repeating table.The items can be a collection object in PowerApps and the collection will need to be patched/saved up to the data source.
02-16-2018 08:44 AM
02-27-2018 07:29 PM
04-11-2018 11:09 AM
So I think this is exactly what I am looking to do as well - I have 2 SharePoint lists, Projects and Tasks...the tasks is a multiple to one relationship with the projects but the caveat is that depending on the category of the project, there are a set number of tasks that need to be added to the project and values edited upon creation of the project. Can you share how you achieved the editing of the repeating table (gallery item)?
06-24-2019 05:02 AM
@Eric Starker if you're still looking for a way to achieve this I suggest you follow Shane Young's suggestion. I've used it previously and have had no issues
He also has it documented on his Youtbue channel.
Best of luck