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Implement Warning PopUp For Delete In PowerApps

17 Feb

Here I am going to display Warning PopUp dialogue box after clicking on the delete icon.

1. Take one rectangle => fit to with screen

2. Take one label text as (“Are you sure to delete this record?”)
Add two button Yes and No

3. select No button and OnSelect event add the FxExpression as UpdateContext({showPopUp:false}),it will create one variable with name showPopUp.

4. select Yes button and OnSelect event add the FxExpression as Remove(‘Crud Oepration Entiy’, Gallery1.Selected) ;UpdateContext({showPopUp:false}) ; Back()

5. using Ctrl select the buttonslabel and rectangle => go to Home => Group

6. Now go to Delete icon => Select => OnSelect event add FxExpression as UpdateContext({showPopUp:true})


7. Select the Group and paste the variable name show pop up on a visible event of Group


8. After design complete play the application => click on Delete icon.

 
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