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Relationship between SharePoint List with Increase Amount (SUM Formula)

Hello Everybody,

 

I'm create flow for relationship between SharePoint List and SUM Calculated formula. But there is problem , when have more than 1 IDs it can't be connected.

For this example :

Input amount on ID 601 in List 2 (Transaction Budget Master Category, and will be updated to List 1 (Budget Master Category) but will updated all amount column ID. What I need is only update ID 601 on SharePoint List 1 (Budget Master Category), and it will increase amount column (with SUM Formula)

 

I hope my explanation make it easy for everyone to understand my problem 😃

 

These are my SharePoint List 1 (Budget Master Category)

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These are my SharePoint List 2 (Transaction Budget Master Category)

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These are my flow

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Hi @Lucas_Ignatius 

 

Please watch this video

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lxuv_vEvFbM

 

 

 



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Hi @Lucas_Ignatius 

 

 

Please see my video 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0bdKb1bKcs

 

 



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Hi @Lucas_Ignatius 

 

To update the List 1 you need to filter by Id (IdCategoryBudget) so that it will only return the record which you need to update. Could you please post the full flow screenshots?

 

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Hi @abm 

 

Thanks for your response,

These are my full flow, sorry if combine 2 picture because will be small and unclear if use 1 image 😅

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Hi @Lucas_Ignatius 

 

I can't see any filter by Id under your list get items step. You need to get the trigger from the Id and use the filter Query to retrieve the right record.

 

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Hi @abm 

Can you help to show me how to add filter on trigger? because there is no option

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Hi @abm 

Can you help me?

 

Hi @Lucas_Ignatius 

 

Please watch this video

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lxuv_vEvFbM

 

 

 



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Hi @abm 


I was try but is nothing happened, it not update to List BudgetMaster.

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Hi @Lucas_Ignatius 

 

Under the Get Items your filter query is not quite right? Is this flow working? I can't see an equal operator under the filter query as condition?

 

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Hi @abm 

Thanks for your help and support

I'm apologize if my language is bad.

 

Hi @Lucas_Ignatius 

 

I have made a video about this. Your language was good but the system was very slow 😃 Hopefully the video will give the rest of the update which we couldn't cover. Also without that IF condition you can do this. Will post the video soon.

 

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Hi @Lucas_Ignatius 

 

 

Please see my video 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0bdKb1bKcs

 

 



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