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CosmosDB Connector - Create or update document (V2) missing properties

Hey everyone,

 

I have been working on building out a simple flow to populate a CosmosDB Graph Database which is half working, I can create new documents in the DB but any additional properties that I have included in the body of the request are missing. I noticed one other thread on this forum explaining the same problem, but it was never resolved (https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Connecting-To-Data/Cosmos-DB-fail-to-create-document-properties/....

 

I've tried a few different JSON object skeletons for the body of the request but none of them seem to work. The only properties that show up in the document are the id, label, and batch; all of the other properties like process, start time, end time do not show up in the DB document. Has anyone else encountered this problem? Let me know if you have any suggestions or if I might be missing something important!

 

Cheers!

 

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(Microsoft Flow)

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(Cosmos DB Document Record)

 

 

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Mari
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Hi! You could try to use the "Get a document" action to see how the JSON is coming, then use that output as guide for the "Create or update document" action.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/connectors/documentdb/#actions

Anonymous
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Thanks for the suggestion, I gave it a try and it looks like my original documents were inserted with all of the supplied properties. However when I look in data explorer on my azure portal they do not appear.

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