{Power Script}Add Dynamic options in an option set in Model driven Apps

Overview:

In this article, we are going to see how to create a custom option set field and add dynamic options to the custom option set using JavaScript.

Step 1: Create an Option set field and add one option.

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Step 2: Declare an array and Store three values.

Step 3: Write the script below.

function setOptions(executionContext)

{

var formContext = executionContext.getFormContext();

var optionCode = formContext.getControl(arg);

optionCode.clearOptions();

countryArray = [“India”,”Singapore”,”Malaysia”];

var index = 1;

for (var i=0; i< countryArray.length; i++)

{

var Name = countryArray[i];

var obj = {};

obj[“text”] = Name;

obj[“value”] = index;

optionCode.addOption(obj);

index = index + 1;

}

}

Step 4: Deploy the Web resource and add the function on the OnLoad event of the form.

Output:

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