I created a MS Flow to create 9 tasks (Dev, Testing and BA tasks) as a child for a new user story when it is assigned.
It works fine but it is getting duplicated every time when the story is assigned back from Unassigned to a resource.
I tried to get the count of related tasks for the user story before creating them but couldn't find any default conditions to get that.
Is there any other condition to set to avoid this duplicate task creations? Please assist me with this flow.
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@yashag2255- After updating the details, the steps ran as you have mentioned and returned the query results like below.
I tried to iterate through using the Apply to Each condition to check for the Value to contain implementation, but it always returns false.
Please help me with building that condition to loop through and how to properly iterate those values.
As requested for my flow, after getting the query results, I need to check for those previously created tasks. If they are available, i need to skip creating those tasks; else create the tasks and link it to the user story.
Please refer to the screenshot below.
Tes is just my variable. You can keep the value of the query results over there. Just see the expression in the if condition
Hope this Helps!
Just checking in if you were able to run the flow succesfully and get the query results to parse to the next actions.
@yashag2255 - It worked as I required after modifying the condition.
I set a counter to check the tasks containing the title "Dev: Implementation". Based on that, I added another condition to check for the counter value and create the tasks. Hope this is right.
Please let me know if that requires any further modification.
Thanks for your support.
I am glad it worked. Just one note: While sending the HTTP Request, it is a good practice to first see what results the query is bringing in on Azure DevOps and it will be much better if you can export that query (by installing the custom plugins that show the wiql query) and that way you can create the action with much ease.
One general query.
I modified the flow from 'When a work item is assigned' to 'When a work item is updated' (which is still in preview state). Now the flow is not getting executed and it is in running mode for a long time and times out.
once i got the below error.
Have any one used this 'When a work item is updated' condition?
when this will be available for full release?
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