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Creating condition from attributes in HTTP Get Body

I am using an HTTP Get action and then Selecting the attributes from the body. I want to create a condition that uses the attribute values but I can't get the syntax correct. Can someone give me an example or tell me what I'm doing wrong.







Dean Gross

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SharePoint - MCSE
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Re: Creating condition from attributes in HTTP Get Body

Hi @DLGross


Have you solved this problem? 

I tested it and found that the problem is that after using the Select action, an array is output, and the elements in the array are object. 

Like [ { "first": "Deon", "last": "Herb" }, { "first": "K", "last": "Herb" } ] 

So you couldn't judge with body(‘HTTP’)?[Workload], and it will report an error because the array requires Integer index as a parameter.

You could store the value of the selected Workload in an array, because Contains requires an array collection.

Use Apply to each to store the value of Workload in an array.

Finally determine whether the array contains a specified value.



Best Regards,


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