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How to include a condition to check multiple values in a column

I am creating a flow so that when a document is created or modified in Library A, it creates a link in Library B to Library A. 

 

I need the Flow to also update previously created links. For example, if a link to Library A was already created but the file name (and therefore the link) changes, I need the flow to scan Library B, identify that previously created link, and update the file content. 

 

Currently, I have created a column in Library B to update with the list ID associated with the file in Library A. My idea is that when the flow scans Library B, it is looking for that unique list ID. If it does find it, it should update the the file content. 

 

The problem isthat when the flow Gets the file properties, it does not check each value, so it does not register that it is in the library. How do I fix this? 

 

See below for flow images. 

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Re: How to include a condition to check multiple values in a column

Hi @jmathur,

 

You can use the Get files action with Odata filter query to get the file, for example, PCID eq 'Dynamic content PCID':Annotation 2019-10-15 154717.png

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Community Support Team _ Lin Tu
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Re: How to include a condition to check multiple values in a column

Hi @jmathur,

 

You can use the Get files action with Odata filter query to get the file, for example, PCID eq 'Dynamic content PCID':Annotation 2019-10-15 154717.png

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Lin Tu
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Re: How to include a condition to check multiple values in a column

Hi @jmathur,

 

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