(Please respond to the other, identical, posting here:
I created this post, then realized that it is better posted in Building a Flow, so copied the data there. Now, I can't find a way to delete this post.)
I have a iterating primary ID being generated programmatically via variables and expressions, entering static integers into the column, Data ID, such that row 2: Data ID = 1, row 3, Data ID = 2, and so on (row 1 is headers).
Here is the set-up in Flow:
When I attempt an "Apply to each" identifying the Key Column as "Data ID" and the key value as the current value of "Data ID," I see in the run report that Data ID was the Key Column, the Key Value used in the first iteration was "1" then get the error message 404: No row was found with Id '1.'
To my inexperienced eye, it looks like:
I am asking flow to look for a row with "Data ID" to be equal to "1" then
Flow goes and tries to find a row where "Data ID" equals "1" and then, for some reason, says that
it can't find a row with "Id" equal to "1" which is a problem, for some reason.
How do I make Flow look for a row to update with "Data ID" equal to 1?
Yes, Data ID = 1 exists
What key concept am I missing on this? Or, is this yet another one of the many bugs in Flow?
Thank you in advance for your help; it is very appreciated.
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Hi @BenDonahue ,
Does this problem still bother you? Have you tried the suggestions provided by @Jcook to improve your configuration?
Perhaps you can consider using the string() or int() function to format the key value into an integer or string and see if similar problems still exist.
I speculate whether it is because of the type of the field that caused this error.
Hope this helps.
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