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helpmeplease
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Condition result false when it should be correct

Hi all, 

 

I am trying to make a flow that will extract a row from Excel and put that in another workbook ("Add row to excel" action tag). 

My flow is as below screenshot, the odd thing is 1) that the expression result show as false but the condition should be correct and goes down the "If no" section of the flow if you check the flow history. 2) however, in reality, it still works as if it went down the "If yes" section (I.E. the row I want to select gets extracted and imported to the target excel workbook).

 

I understand in the end it works, but this is an issue since I want to put more conditions, but won't make a difference if it just go to "if no" every time.

 

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Mira_Ghaly
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@helpmeplease 

So you say it always go to the No branch , although it should go to the yes branch?

 

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v-yujincui-msft
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Hi @helpmeplease ,

 

Could you please check if there are extra spaces in the Condition Action? Sometimes, that's reason.

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In addition, maybe you could add a Compose Action to check the data you need to compare.

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Best Regards,
Charlie Choi

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