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Duplicate problem recording in SQL and in an SPO list

Hello,

I create a stream that works like this:
when a creation or modification is done in the list A, I get the recordings as well as the version and the id to put them in list 2 then I insert the recording in SQL.

I would like registration above 25 hours to be removed from list A (I have implemented the formula but it does not work)

The problem is that as soon as there is a new element or a modification, I insert the same record several times in list B and in SQL.


Do you have any idea of ​​how to solve this problem?

 

 

 

the condition to erase it beyond the 25th hour is:

greater(utcNow('yyyyMMdd'), formatDateTime(addHours(item()?['Created'],-25),'yyyyMMdd'))
 
I will put the overdrive phase in the last position
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v-alzhan-msft
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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

Could you please explain your flow in English or share the screenshot of the flow in English?

Please take a try to create a flow as screenshot below:

1.png

The expression in the First column of the Condition as below:

addHours(items('Apply_to_each')?['Created'],25)

The expression in the second column of the Condition as below:

utcNow()

 

 

Best regards,

Alice       

 

Community Support Team _ Alice Zhang
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v-alzhan-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Anonymous ,

 

Could you please explain your flow in English or share the screenshot of the flow in English?

Please take a try to create a flow as screenshot below:

1.png

The expression in the First column of the Condition as below:

addHours(items('Apply_to_each')?['Created'],25)

The expression in the second column of the Condition as below:

utcNow()

 

 

Best regards,

Alice       

 

Community Support Team _ Alice Zhang
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Anonymous
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hi @v-alzhan-msft 

 

unfortunately I can not put in English, when I want to edit in the menu - Language and Time Zone - I have a load without displaying the languages.

 

I describe you my flow:

1
when an item was created or modified in my list
List A

2
I send a Http request to sharepoint
to retrieve the version of the item

3
I initialize a variable
which recovers the value of the hhtp request

4
get the elements
from list A

5
when an item has been created or modified in list A
I create the items in the list B (I take the version and the id of the list A) and in a base sql (I take again the version and the id of list A)

6
when an item is created after the 25th hour in list A, I delete the items.

 

 

I set up your code, when an item is created after 25 hours it is created in the list 2 and created in the SQL database, and it works.

 

However, he copies me every time all the items.
ex:


list A


title | ID
Hello | 2
World | 3
Ninja | 4

 

List B
title | ID
Hello | 2
Hello | 2
World | 3
Hello | 2
World | 3
Ninja | 4

 

SQL
title | ID
Hello | 2
Hello | 2
World | 3
Hello | 2
World | 3
Ninja | 4

 

Is it possible to put a condition that analyzes if the item already exists and if it does not create it?

 

 

Hi @Anonymous ,

 

Please refer to screenshot below to create the flow:

1.png

Expression in the Condition 2 as below:

length(body('Get_items_2')?['value'])

 

Best regards,

Alice       

 

Community Support Team _ Alice Zhang
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Anonymous
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hi @v-alzhan-msft ,

 

Thanks for the interest and your help for this flow,

 


The problem is that I can not determine the query filter because I do not have a title column in my list A and my list B.

An Item can have multiple versions and a single ID.

 

What I want is to copy the items of the list A in the list B as soon as there is a new entry in the list A without having the duplicates each time.

 

I noticed that if there is a new entry in the A list and an old item's idication, the new item takes the version of the modified item.

 

Thank you for your help, I translated and made screens of my flow with my explanations.

 

 

Anonymous
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thks

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