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Outputs Syntax

Hi, I have trying to output the "State_Name".  Any insight would be appreciated!




This is the from the "Apply to each"


{ "@odata.context": "$metadata#dat...", "value": [ { "@odata.etag": "", "ItemInternalId": "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx", "State_Name": "Florida", "State_Abbr": "FL", "State_ID": 9 } ] }

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Super User

Are you calling REST API Or Reading SharePoint List Item using GetItems? For example, if you are reading dropdown values using GetItems, you can use something like below...




For Send HTTP request to SharePoint, you can refer following... 

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Are you doing a Parse JSON on the output before trying to access the value?  To do that you'll have to remove/replace the '@' characters.  They are invalid in Flow for JSON.  But after processing the JSON for the StateName would be


That's assuming the Apply to each is looping on the Value property array.


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Helper V
Helper V


Using Azure SQL.  I have a bunch of parallel branches, that all work fine.  This one would pull from the state table with the State_ID as the PK.  

When I run the flow, this is what I see.  I do see the "Florida".  Do I need to add a "Compose" or something?



Okay. Are you trying to figure out how to use the output of Get rows SQL action to read State_Name value somewhere else? If yes, can you use compose and try like below?




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