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jasmine2020
Microsoft
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Query cosmosDB, extract matching items, if items do not match, send email

I am setting up this LogicApp and want to see if my approach is correct:

 

 

I wish to push data from CosmosDB into CRM, and then return these items back to CosmosDB and replace its ID. Not all of the push to CRM is direct due to some of CRMs fields consisting of 'lookup fields'. I have a list of the GUIDs for the lookup fields, but not every record has a match. For the records that do not have a match, I wish to send an email. This is my flow so far:

 

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I am unsure of my highlighted fields here. Is this the correct approach?

Any suggestion or advice is appreciated

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v-litu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @jasmine2020,

 

The "Array of ..." seems like an array, the "Document" is an Object, so the comparison not correct.

If you want to compare two fields, you should make sure the two fields are same type. If you want to confirm an array contains a string, use "Contains" condition will be correct choice.

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Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Lin Tu
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