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You are creating a canvas app that displays a list of accounts.
Users must be able to select an account and view details for the account. The app must include a feature that brings the user back to the list of accounts.
You add a blank screen named Screen_Accounts and add a gallery named
Gallery_Accounts to the screen. You set the data source of Gallery_Accounts to Accounts and add another blank screen named Screen_AccountDetail.
You need to complete the app.
✑ Add an edit form to Screen_AccountDetail and set the Default Mode of the form to View.
✑ Set the OnSelect property of Gallery_Accounts to Navigate(Screen_AccountDetail).
✑ Set the data source of the form to Accounts.
✑ Set the Item property of the form to Selected.
✑ Add a back icon on Screen_AccountDetail and set its OnSelect property to Navigate (Screen_Accounts).
Does the solution meet the goal?
A . Yes
B . No
View, edit, or create an item, save the contents, and reset the controls in an Edit form control.
FormMode.View: The form is populated with an existing record but the user cannot modify the values of the fields.
This function is often invoked from the OnSelect formula of a Button or Image control.