Filter a SQL Table using Multi-Choice Delimiter separated values

Filter a SQL Table using Multi-Choice Delimiter separated values

In this post, you'll learn how to unlock the power of Microsoft Power Apps to build custom business solutions with ease using the Dataverse platform. Specifically, you'll dive into how to filter a SQL table using multi-choice delimiter separated values.

This technique allows you to filter data from a SQL table based on selected options separated by a delimiter. By leveraging the power of Power Apps and Dataverse, you can build custom solutions that can be tailored to meet the unique needs of your business, saving time and resources.

So if you're looking to take your business solutions to the next level and streamline your data filtering process, check out this post to learn how to use multi-choice delimiter separated values in Power Apps.

The link to the post is: https://ahmedsalih.blog/blog/f/filter-a-sql-table-using-multi-choice-delimiter-separated-values

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