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Resolver II
Resolver II

Automate steps to pass multi-choice values of multiple columns from forms to SP list as values not as string

Hi Community,

I got the solution for 1 multi-choice column being inputted as array and not string so that it shows up as value in SP list.

But- i have 10 multi-choice SP columns in a list having 50 columns- it would be great if i don't have to replicate these steps multiple times for all the remaining 10 multi-choice columns

My flow currently is as below which translates multi-choice values from 1 column "Source System" and converts it from string to array having differing values and shows up properly in SP list

 

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Super User III
Super User III

Re: Automate steps to pass multi-choice values of multiple columns from forms to SP list as values not as string

Hi @GauravG 

 

Create a child flow and move your current steps of data manipulation in a child flow where it returns the format of multi choice selection (JSON format). Call the child flow from your main flow and map the body response output under the choice column. Make sure press that 'T' sign (For array value format) and map the body response.

 

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Re: Automate steps to pass multi-choice values of multiple columns from forms to SP list as values not as string

Hi @GauravG 

 

Create a child flow and move your current steps of data manipulation in a child flow where it returns the format of multi choice selection (JSON format). Call the child flow from your main flow and map the body response output under the choice column. Make sure press that 'T' sign (For array value format) and map the body response.

 

Thanks



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