What is the Power Fx Revert Function?
The Power Fx Revert function allows you to discard any changes made to a record and return it to its original state. This is especially useful in situations where you have made changes to a record that you wish to undo. The Power Fx Revert function is a simple way to achieve this without having to manually undo each change.
How to Use the Power Fx Revert Function
Using the Power Fx Revert function is quite simple. First, you need to understand the syntax of the function. The syntax for the Power Fx Revert function is as follows:
The Record parameter is the name of the record you wish to revert. Once you have the syntax down, you can use the Power Fx Revert function in your Power Apps project.
Let's say you have a form in your Power Apps project that allows users to update a record. You can add a button to the form that, when clicked, will revert any changes made to the record. To do this, you need to add an OnSelect property to the button and set it to the following formula:
In this formula, FormName is the name of the form you wish to reset and Record is the name of the record you wish to revert. The ResetForm function resets the form to its default state, while the Revert function discards any changes made to the record.
The Power Fx Revert function is a simple yet powerful tool in Power Apps. It allows you to undo changes made to a record with ease, saving you time and effort. By understanding the syntax of the function and how to use it in your Power Apps project, you can take advantage of this functionality and improve the usability of your app. Remember to always test your app thoroughly before deploying it to ensure it works as expected.