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Conditional Statement Needs to Check 2 Separate D365 Entities

I have a conditional statement that requires checking 2 different entities, then sets the Company Type if the conditions are true. Here's basically how it goes..

 

If company type=prospect AND loan stage=terms, set the company type=lead

 

I'm able to check 1 entity for its value, but I can't seem to figure out how to check 2 different entities before updating the company type value? Can someone help?

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Hi @abm ,

 

Please refer to screenshot below to create the flow:

1.png 

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Hi @saturation 

 

Could you post your flow screenshot?

 

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Here's the flow without the Company entity. It checks the loan entity for a stage, then updates the company type (which you can't see but it's in the update section). But I need it to check the loan entity for a stage, but also check the company type to see if it's a 'prospect' and if it meets both conditions, set the company type to 'lead'

 

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Hi @saturation 

 

Thanks for the screenshot. 

 

So after the condition under the yes you need to do retrieve the second entity record. Then check the condition for company type. To retreive the second entity you need the Id (GUID) of that record. Have you got any relationship between two entities?

 

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Yes, the companyid is stored on the loan record. So basically, connect again except to the company table using the companyid from the loan, check that company type, and then do an update record? I guess I was just confused on whether or not you could combine the conditional statements together rather than doing one, then doing the other...I'm a newbie 🙂

Hi @admind365  & @saturation

 

In this scenario you can't combine in one condition. You need to retrieve it separately. 

 

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Hi @saturation  & @admind365 

 

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Hi @saturation ,

 

Please refer to screenshot below to create the flow:

1.png

 

Best regards,

Alice       

 

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Hi @v-alzhan-msft , @saturation  & @admind365 

 

The only issue with the below solution is if the first condition is not satisfied (using the triggered context value) then the next step 'Get Record' is an unwanted round trip to database.

 

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Hi @abm ,

 

Please refer to screenshot below to create the flow:

1.png 

Best regards,

Alice       

 

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Thanks everyone! That last solution worked - Putting the conditional inside the first conditional. Exciting stuff!

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