How Not To Do ItSo first off let’s start with how not to do it. The settings are located as properties of the SharePoint Integration object in your solution.
Unfortunately this did nothing.
Creating Dedicated PowerApps Forms for Each Mode in a SharePoint ListSo above we are telling the form that we want to declare our edit form as the SMRequestForm_Edit, but we aren’t actually telling PowerApps how to get there. So we just need to add a little bit of code that tells it to move to that particular screen:
As you see in the screenshot below, I have actually done something similar for all of the forms. However, I haven’t created a View Form yet so it is looking at the EditForm.
Preparing for UpdatesOne thing I would like to suggest you do is add a bit of code at the beginning of the transition component that tells your form what stage you are at. This is to assist with any custom code you might want to add depending on the form stage you are at (I will be covering this in a future post). Simply modify your code by adding the initializing and setting of a variable (I called it formStage).
Thanks for reading!!