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J. M. RhodesCreating Business Applications with Microsoft 365https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-8823-8_16

16. Dynamically Setting Object Properties in Power Apps Based on a SharePoint List

Jeffrey M. Rhodes1  
Colorado Springs, CO, USA

This chapter focuses on some techniques needed to build a “wizard” type of system where the user selects a topic and then is presented with a set of steps to perform the task or submit a request. To make this work effectively, we want to store the Actions and associated steps externally (SharePoint in this case). This keeps us from having to edit and republish our application whenever we add or delete Actions. For this to ...

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