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OlafStetzer
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Advocate I

Group by Owner/OwningTeam

Hi all,

 

I am struggling to use the group by operator in a list rows connect. How do I correctly adress the
field containing the owning userid or username. What is different when the owner is a team?

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I have tried OwningUser OwningUSer/systemuserid and other variations as well in the group by operator and
always get error messages. In my case the owner is always a team.

 

 

 

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ManishJain
Solution Sage
Solution Sage

Hi @OlafStetzer ,

 

For your scenario where owner is teams then use 

 

groupby((owningteam),aggregate(<fieldname> with aggregate(sum,max,min) as 'Alias Name'))

 

Thanks

Thanks for offering help. I got a step further but still get error messages. Sorry, I probably would know how to do that in SQL but the odata syntax is still a big mystery to me and I do not find good and easy to understand documentation on dataverse (which version of entity or column name or relationship table is need when etc....).

This is what I get so far: 

"$apply": "groupby((owningteam),aggregate($count as Count))"

leads to error message:

$apply/groupby grouping expression 'owningteam' must evaluate to a property access value.

And

"$apply": "groupby((owningteam/name),aggregate($count as Count))"

 leads to error message:

'Team' entity doesn't contain attribute with Name = 'ownerid' and NameMapping = 'Platform'.

 

Maybe I shall explain in more depth what I want to accomplish:
I have a dataverse table where I create several new entries with different owning teams (in that same flow).
At the end I want to generate one email per Owning team (to all Team members) with a list of the new entries I generated in that flow. 
I am struggling at point one where I want to create a list of distinct Team Names for the list of new entries.
This I want to use subsequently to filter the list of previously generated entries by Owning Team.
But maybe there is a much simpler way of getting the whole task done.

ManishJain
Solution Sage
Solution Sage

Hi @OlafStetzer ,

 

In aggregate transformation text box just use : 

 

groupby((owningteam),aggregate(<fieldname> with aggregate(sum,max,min) as 'Alias Name'))

field name is schema name .

i.e. groupby((owningteam),aggregate(prefix_name with Count as 'Alias Name'))

Thanks

RaashiSen
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @OlafStetzer ,
was using groupby function suggested by ManishJain was helpful?

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