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NavikaChauhan
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MS - Flow Filtering issue on Date field under get items step in our origination tenant

Hi All,

 

We are facing issue in Microsoft flow under get item step please find the problem statement.

 

Problem statement : In MS – Flow filter condition on date filed is not working in our origination tenant same Microsoft flow filter condition is working on our trial tenant.

 

Could you please give us some suggestion why filter condition on date filed is not working under get items steps.

 

Any suggestions will be highly appreciated.

 

Thanks & Regards

Deepak Chauhan

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Hi @NavikaChauhan ,

 

First, we need to ensure there are records in which the value of the date column is 04/16/2020.

Second, you could run Flow without configuring Filter Query and check the body of Get items action to get the display name of the Date column.

Finally, when configuring Filter Query, please try to use DateColumnNmae eq '2020-04-16'.

Please take a try again according to the above suggestions and check if the flow can work as expected.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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Can you share what you are using as a filter formula?



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Thanks Pstork1 !!

 

We have date filed and in this date filed date is store (For Exe : 04/16/2020)

 

Filter formula : Date eq '04/16/2020' (Record is not getting under get items steps)

 

Same filer condition is working at our Trial tenant.

 

Thanks & Regards

Deepak Chauhan

Hi @NavikaChauhan 

 

I always use  format yyyy-MM-dd format for filtering the records.

 

So in your case change the date to 2020/04/16

 

You could use the below expression

 

formatdatetime('yourdate','yyyy-MM-dd')

 

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Hi @NavikaChauhan ,

 

First, we need to ensure there are records in which the value of the date column is 04/16/2020.

Second, you could run Flow without configuring Filter Query and check the body of Get items action to get the display name of the Date column.

Finally, when configuring Filter Query, please try to use DateColumnNmae eq '2020-04-16'.

Please take a try again according to the above suggestions and check if the flow can work as expected.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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