Cyber Security Awareness Month and we're trying to have form registrations to our special training sessions automatically issue formal calendar invitations.
The flow has been created and runs through "successfully" without actually doing anything.
Created flow from source advisory online
Total newbie and very keen to fix.
Thanks in advance.
The "Get response details" aren't matching to the Get events Outlook calendar event id.
I think I'm going to have to revert to manual decision tree as I can't fix the syntax to make them match
Output from Get response details below
Output from Get events (v4) below
Filter query syntax is "Subject eq" followed by dynamic content from form.
Recommendation video I followed matched this output to the subject of the Outlook event.
Raw inputs to Get Events (V4) reads as follows.
Compose your subject in a compose action and then pass this in filter query like this-
Subject eq 'Compose(output)' --> mind single quote it is important. and compose(Output) is from Compose action in which you will construct your subject.
I actually don't know which characters to remove in order to facilitate a match with the Outlook event id.
Should it be the double quotes or the parenthesis?
Outlook Event ID is different which is long string of characters. What do you want to achieve via filter query? you have to use single quotes in filter query.
What I'm trying to achieve is the following.
The issue is the failure to link between the event id in Outlook calendar and the question response it item 6 above.
The following link, which was fairly popular as a response to the issue in this community, steered me in this direction.
if you are confused with filter query. You can use filter array then.
i will see this and update you once i perform testing myself.
Sorry Hardesh, I've been talking about the ID, but the Calendar match is through the Subject, not the ID.
The original flow data I shared in this thread points out the issue with the subject matching.
The ID is located once the match has been made and used thereafter.
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