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askpatrickw
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How to use conditional action with Base64 encoded Event Hub Trigger output?

I am exporting Azure IoT Central Telemetry data to Event Hubs and then consuming that in Power Automate Flow.

In my stream of telemetry I have different data coming through. I want to send some data as a Teams post and ignore the rest.

 

If I send all the output of the Event Hub Trigger to Teams the posts are properly formatted.

BUT, I want to add a conditional action to evaluate Event Hub output.

This output is base64 encoded and Flows don't have base64ToString() as an available expression.

I've also tried creating a variable, using compose to see if they will cause the decode to happen but it didn't work.

 

Is there some other way to work with a Base64 Output from a trigger?

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askpatrickw
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This just does not work in Power Automate.

It works fine in Logic Apps.

 

I just rebuilt everything in Logic Apps and it works great.

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askpatrickw
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This just does not work in Power Automate.

It works fine in Logic Apps.

 

I just rebuilt everything in Logic Apps and it works great.

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