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xspyboyx
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Check Field Value Null or not in Condition

Hello,

 

I see lots of post on null value but none of them have solved my issue. I thought this would be straight forward. Can anyone help me? If "AssignedtoEmailAddress" is null I want it to not proceed to "yes"null value.PNG

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Hi @xspyboyx ,

 

If it is judged whether the AssignedEmailAddress variable is empty, directly set the parameter on the right to blank:

11.PNG

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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Hi @xspyboyx ,

 

Could you provide the screen shoot of Flow configuration?

If the type of variable is String, please refer to following configuration to check Value Null or not in Condition:

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Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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Hi! 

 

So just leave the condition blank? The issue is I need the "AssignedTo" to be pulled from DevOps and I can't have a variable outside the condition.
flow2.PNG

 

I tried what you recommended but then everything was marked as "if no" even though most should be marked as "if yes" so what was recommended appears to not work either. 

Basically DevOps is giving me tickets assigned to, if a ticket is not assigned to someone it comes back as "null", these tickets I want to capture on the "if no" side.

Hi @xspyboyx ,

 

Could you share screenshots of more configurations?

If you are following this structure, please refer to the screenshot below:

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Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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What part of my configuration would help? This flow is almost 25+ steps so posting it all would take forever but I can if needed.

I also tried the if "null" but I get the same error that is in my original post. I shared a little more info in my post above. I was editing it before you replied.

flow3.PNG

 

Appreciate the help!

Hi @xspyboyx ,

 

If it is judged whether the AssignedEmailAddress variable is empty, directly set the parameter on the right to blank:

11.PNG

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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