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Creating multiple entries on a sharepoint list

I am setting up a flow to create items in our inventory list on Sharepoint based on items in our order forms list - currently when the "items recieved" field is changed to yes, a new entry is created on our inventory list.

 

We order multiple items at a time and this is reflected in a quantity field on our order form - is there a way of having the flow read this quantity field and create multiple items on our inventory list accordingly?

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Re: Creating multiple entries on a sharepoint list

Hi @finnecs 

 

Yes of course,

 

You can check if the ItemsReceived-Falg is true:

FlowHelp_CreateItems.png

The quantity will be stored in a variable counter that will be used for a do until-loop:

 

FlowHelp_CreateItems2.png

Until the counter is 0 you create an item in the other list.

Finally you decrement the counter by 1.

 

I hope that will fit your needs. If so, please mark it as a possible solution for your problem.

 

Bye

Stefan

 

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Advocate IV
Advocate IV

Re: Creating multiple entries on a sharepoint list

Hi @finnecs 

 

Yes of course,

 

You can check if the ItemsReceived-Falg is true:

FlowHelp_CreateItems.png

The quantity will be stored in a variable counter that will be used for a do until-loop:

 

FlowHelp_CreateItems2.png

Until the counter is 0 you create an item in the other list.

Finally you decrement the counter by 1.

 

I hope that will fit your needs. If so, please mark it as a possible solution for your problem.

 

Bye

Stefan

 

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