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Hi guys,

can anyone help me with the following.

I have declared an optional Allocation. When I tap on the plus button the function generateNewAllocation create a new one from the default and then assign it to the optional allocation.

The problem is that the first time I tap on the + button it would assign nil as it presents a blank sheet, but if I dismiss it and tap again the value is correctly assigned.

I have checked the function which correctly returns the expected allocation, but can't figure out what is going wrong.

Thanks.

import SwiftUI
import SwiftData

struct AllocationsView2: View {
    @Environment(\.modelContext) var modelContext
    @Environment(\.dismiss) var dismiss

    @State private var showEmployees = false
    @State private var allocation: Allocation?
    @State private var isSaved = false

    @Query(filter: #Predicate<Allocation> {allocation in
        allocation.isSetup == false
    }) var allocations: [Allocation]

    var body: some View {
        NavigationStack {
            List {
           /*if let unwrappedAllocation = allocation {

                    Text(unwrappedAllocation.shift)
                    ForEach(unwrappedAllocation.areas) {area in
                        Text(area.name)
                    }
               }*/
            }

            .navigationTitle("Allocations List")
            .toolbar{
                Button(action: {

                   modelContext.autosaveEnabled = false
                   let newAllocation = generateNewAllocation()
                    allocation = newAllocation
                    showEmployees = true

                }) {
                    Image(systemName: "plus")
                }
                .sheet(isPresented: $showEmployees) {
                   if  let currentAllocation = allocation {
                        Employees(allocation: currentAllocation, dismissView: $showEmployees, isSaved: $isSaved)

                    }
                }
            }

        }

    }

    func generateNewAllocation() -> Allocation? {
        var fetchDescriptor = FetchDescriptor<Allocation>(predicate: #Predicate  { allocation in
            allocation.isSetup == true
        })
        fetchDescriptor.fetchLimit = 1
        do {
            let result = try modelContext.fetch(fetchDescriptor)
            let allocationFirst = result.first

            let newAllocation = Allocation(id: UUID(), date: .now, shift: "Short Day", isSetup: false)
            modelContext.insert(newAllocation)
            if let areas = allocationFirst?.areas {
                for area in areas {
                    let newArea = Area(id: UUID(), name: area.name, order: area.order, priority: area.priority, isActive: area.isActive)
                    modelContext.insert(newArea)
                    newAllocation.areas.append(newArea)
                   // print(area.name)
                }
            }
            for area in newAllocation.areas {
                print(area.name)
            }
            return newAllocation

        } catch {
            print("failed to load Default Allocation")
            return nil
        }
    }

}

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