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How to – Filter data source to get the active records Dataverse / PowerApps - 365 Community

How to – Filter data source to get the active records Dataverse / PowerApps

Just sharing the syntax, that we can use to filter the data source based on the status field. Below is our gallery bound to Cases (Data Source) and showing only the Active cases. Items Filter(Cases, Status = ‘Status (Cases)’.Active)  Filter(Datasource, Status = ‘Status (Datasource)’.[value]) Hope it helps..  

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How to – Filter data source to get the active records Dataverse / PowerApps

Just sharing the syntax, that we can use to filter the data source based on the status field. Below is our gallery bound to Cases (Data Source) and showing only the Active cases. Items Filter(Cases, Status = ‘Status (Cases)’.Active) Filter(Datasource, Status = ‘Status (Datasource)’.[value]) Hope it helps..

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