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Recognize 'lookup' ID's (CRM) according to values in CosmosDB and set it into a Logic App

Background:

I have data coming from CosmosDB that needs to be pushed into CRM. I am using a LogicApp for this.

 

Dilemma:

There are multiple IDs that have different attributes associated with them:
For instance the 'ems_featurecategoryid'. Each has a different name that goes along with its unique ID. (This the raw data that is within CRM)

Figure A

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Here is the CRM interface and the lookup field (feature category) in which I wish to push the CosmosDB data into:

Figure B

 

jasmine2020_1-1596654573046.png

 

 

 

 

Here is the CosmosDB data that hold this FeatureCategory attribute:

Figure C

 

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There are over 3000 of these. How would I map the IDs that are within CRM (Figure A) with CosmosDB (Figure C), so that when a value input is provided to the Feature Category lookup in CRM, this is recognized according to the value in CosmosDB?

This is what I am thinking:

 

 

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I provided the Logic App with one of the GUIDs from Figure A. I am not sure if this is the right thing to do. The value is pushed through, but how do I account for all of the other IDs?

 

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Any help or suggestions are appreciated.

 

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Solution Sage
Solution Sage

Hi @jasmine2020 ,

 

Is it that you want to insert data from Cosmos DB to CRM. Having different attributes should not be a problem as long as you have GUID present in CRM. 

 

Thanks

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