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Anonymous
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Equal condition case sensitive

How to make a condition case insensitive?

For example [Task] equal Salary then ...

 

I want make a condition like [Task] equal Salary or salary then ...

How do i make a condition like this in Flow?

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Hi @Anonymous,

 

We could modify the condition formula directly through Advanced options, assuming the parameter for the [Task ] is the following:

Item()?['Task']

(You shuold be able to find the proper code for Task when click Advanced option of the condition with the Task Dynamic Content inputted)

Then the formula should be:

@or(
    equals(item()?['Task'], 'Salary'),
    equals(item()?['Task'], 'salary')
    )

Regards,

Michael

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
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Anonymous
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Hi Micheal,

 

Thank you for your response. I wasn't clear, sorry! I am talking about an Case condition without Advanced options.

 

The situation is: first I have a condition and the I am using a switch and in the Case there is a condition "Equal to Salary". My question is, is it possible to make one Case condition "Equal to Salary or salary" or must i use two cases 1) "Equal to Salary" 2) "Equal to salary"? 

 

Best regards, Jeroen

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Edit the condition in advanced mode, then wrap it in the toLower() method: 

 

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/logic-apps/logic-apps-workflow-definition-language

(method is 1/3rd of the way down, under string functions).

 

For example, if you want to detect the word "Salary" in either the body or subject line, try the following: 

@or(contains(toLower(triggerBody()?['Body']), 'salary')), contains(toLower(triggerBody()?['Subject']), 'salary'))

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