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NehalShah
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CONDITIONAL TRIGGER

Hello Everyone, I am using conditional trigger in list which works fine but the same fails in document library. Has any one else had the same issue?

I am using : @equals(triggerBody()?['Start'],true)

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NehalShah
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Re: CONDITIONAL TRIGGER

I had to change the trigger to "when file is created or modified (properties only )" instead of "when file is created or modified". Thanks for your help

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Re: CONDITIONAL TRIGGER

Hi @NehalShah,

 

If the Start column is Yes/No type in the SharePoint list,

Please use the following expression:

@equals(triggerBody()?['Start'],True)

instead of

@equals(triggerBody()?['Start'],true)

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Lin Tu
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NehalShah
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Re: CONDITIONAL TRIGGER

It does not work

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NehalShah
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Re: CONDITIONAL TRIGGER

I had to change the trigger to "when file is created or modified (properties only )" instead of "when file is created or modified". Thanks for your help

View solution in original post

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