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Mitsch
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HTTP POST Request - Body Section - Get all Values selected from a Sharepoint Multi Selection List

Hi 

 

I Hope somebody can help me with this 🤔

 

I have a flow which creates a ticket based on the selection of a sharepoint list - this works fine.
The ticket is created with an http request to our ticket system. - works also fine

 

Now i want to put some information within the Ticket Description - defined inside the http body

This works fine as long as the dynamic sharepoint content to be displayed  has only 1 value selected.

As soon as the content variable has more than 1 defined values  ( from a sharepoint multi selection list)
The whole http  request gets wrapped within an "APPLY TO EACH" Action .

In that way 2 tickets get creaed is the multiselection list  has 2 selected items.

I Just want to display the multiselected values within the Ticket decription

Original http request without multiselection content:

Mitsch_0-1635509838457.png

 

Http Request as soon as a multiselection content field is selected :  IT gets Wrapped inside  APPLY TO EACH Action

 

Mitsch_5-1635510287097.png

 

 

Selected Values from the Multiselection List: = The Source for the information that has to be displayed inside the Ticket 

 

Mitsch_2-1635510038896.png

 

Now - Based on those 2 values 2 Tickets are created:

 

1)

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2)

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The GOAL is to Display Both EXTRAS Values in ONE Ticket.

 

 

 

 

 

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ekarim2020
Super User
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You may be able to join the EXTRAS values as single line of text, separated by a comma. Example:

2021-10-29_16-27-47.png

 

To do this your flow would resemble something like this:

2021-10-29_16-19-47.png

 

The first action is a Select action, which selects the Extras values from the Extras column:

2021-10-29_15-54-47.png

Then we join the values with a comma which produces a string as its output:

2021-10-29_16-08-54.png

 

You can then use the output of the Join action within the HTTP action:

2021-10-29_16-15-32.png


Ellis
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ekarim2020
Super User
Super User

You may be able to join the EXTRAS values as single line of text, separated by a comma. Example:

2021-10-29_16-27-47.png

 

To do this your flow would resemble something like this:

2021-10-29_16-19-47.png

 

The first action is a Select action, which selects the Extras values from the Extras column:

2021-10-29_15-54-47.png

Then we join the values with a comma which produces a string as its output:

2021-10-29_16-08-54.png

 

You can then use the output of the Join action within the HTTP action:

2021-10-29_16-15-32.png


Ellis
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Hello Ellis,

 

Your Post was the Solution for my Problem !  it works like a charm 
Thank you very much  !!

Best Regards, Michal

 

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