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Add associated column data to a CSV

Hi All,


I'm trying to build a flow that frequently creates a report in a CSV from data that is stored in a SharePoint list. The data for one column (Unit) is not stored in the same list that has the data, but in a separate list called SubUnits where the SubUnits are mapped against the Units, with both columns as text. Ideally I want to add an expression to the "Create CSV table" action, that will populate the UNIT column in the CSV:



Dual Super User II
Dual Super User II


Can you please share a sample of your sharepoint list so I can try to replicate at my side?


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Super User
Super User

Hi @Mira_Ghaly ,


The transaction list (used in the Get Items action):


Title (Text) SubUnit (Text) Etc.

Transaction 1

Transaction 2 Paris  


The SubUnits list (from which I need the Unit value, based on the value of the SubUnit):


Title (Text) Unit (Text) etc.
London UK  
Paris France  
Manchester UK  


In PowerApps I would use something like: LookUp(SubUnits,Title=ThisItem.SubUnit).Unit, but I don't know what the Power Automate expression equivalent for this is.

Solution Sage
Solution Sage

Only way I would know how to do this is to create a for all loop, within it fetch items from the second list using the subunit field as an odata filter query. 


Ofc it would be much nicer to not need a loop, so i hope someone knows a way ^^

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