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schwibach
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OData Filter syntax change for Boolean "eq true" instead of "eq 1"

Hello,

 

one of my flows "broke".

 

I used to have an OData filter query on a Get Rows action to an OnPremises SQL-Server

 

The filter used to be "Azure2SQL eq 1" and this used to be the only way I could get it to work.

Now, the flow broke and does not return any rows. So, I played around with it, and this now works (which it wouldn't have before)

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Does anybody have information on this change?

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SudeepGhatakNZ
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In SharePoint, I have used the true expression in my oData filter queries. Initially, my understanding was that SQL did not support Boolean values, so I resorted to the Filter action. However, I'm curious if there have been any developments or changes in this regard

Solved: oData filter issue with a boolean field - Power Platform Community (microsoft.com)

 

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schwibach
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Super User

Very strange. I've had multiple flows work like that for a few years. At first, I had it working, using ne 0 as the filter expression. A couple of years ago,I realised that eq 1 also works (which I strongly believe hadn't worked before). And yesterday one of may daily flows broke because this filter did not return and rows anymore. So, I played with it and voila... Also, the new designer seems to turnsl change the filter on its own.

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