PowerApps Sort & Filter A Data Table (When SQL Is Your Source) – Bansal Blogs – Dynamics 365, PowerApps, Microsoft Flows, Power BI

I have rendered a SQL view in PowerApps in the form of a data table. The table itself, is pretty simple – four columns and multiple rows. The business problem I wanted to fix was as follows:

  1. I only want to show rows where a count of a field for a given row is equal to zero
  2. I want to filter the table using a toggle switch (the filter is on a “type” field that I have created)
  3. I want…

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Sachin Bansal
Microsoft Dynamics Consultant with 7 years of experience in Microsoft .NET technologies. Proficient and well versed with Dynamics 365 configurations, customization and extensions as my primary skills. Well experienced in .NET tools and technologies including ASP.NET, ADO.NET, WCF, C#, SQL Server. Have extensive experience with data migration projects using SSIS, data reporting using SSRS and Power BI

Author: Sachin Bansal

Microsoft Dynamics Consultant with 7 years of experience in Microsoft .NET technologies. Proficient and well versed with Dynamics 365 configurations, customization and extensions as my primary skills. Well experienced in .NET tools and technologies including ASP.NET, ADO.NET, WCF, C#, SQL Server. Have extensive experience with data migration projects using SSIS, data reporting using SSRS and Power BI

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