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How to update multiple records in a model-driven app grid using Power Fx commanding - 365 Community

How to update multiple records in a model-driven app grid using Power Fx commanding

If you wanted to add a button to a command bar to perform an update on multiple records in a grid, you can easily create a formula that results in slow performance caused by multiple grid refreshes. This post outlines, the most performant way of applying updates to multiple records from a Power Fx command button.

Step 1 – Add your button

Inside the modern command bar editor, add a button to…

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How to update multiple records in a model-driven app grid using Power Fx commanding

Develop 1 Limited Blog – Microsoft Dynamics 365 Solutions – If you wanted to add a button to a command bar to perform an update on multiple records in a grid, you can easily cause the grid to refresh multiple times resulting in a poor user experience.

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