In the previous 4 blog parts, we have shown what data source we are using, Data Model View, how to connect to any data source in Power Apps, how to read data from any Data source, how to create records using the Patch method for column of any data type, how to update existing records from any Data source, and deleting a record from Data Source. You can check the forth part here.
In this blog, we will be showing how to perform all the CRUD operations using Forms. Basically we are going to explain in two points :
In this method we’re using “scr_View” to view our records and then we have created 2 more screens, “CreateScreen” and “DetailsScreen”, respectively. [Note: we have shown the creation of the ‘scr_View’ in Blog Part II of this 5-part blog series]
Set(gv_loggedInUserEmail,Office365Users.MyProfileV2().userPrincipalName); //storing Email of the user in this variable.
Set(gv_loggedInUserDisplayName,Office365Users.MyProfileV2().displayName); //storing DisplayName of the user in this variable.
B. Performing CRUD operations using Forms.
Create New Records:
Edit Existing Records:
View Existing Records:
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