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jack3
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Rerun Flow with different variables

Hi,

 

The flow that I have built pulls a table from an SQL stored procedure and then emails the contents to the relevant individuals. 

 

I have to do this for multiple products and then email to the relevant product team. So I have included a variable in the stored procedure to filter the table by Product, however how do I automate this process in flow, by changing the variable, then rerunning the flow and sending the email to a different product team?

 

I know that i could just create 3 different flows dedicated to each product team. But if it is possible i'd like to keep it within the same flow.

 

Thanks in advance 

 

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Amanthaper
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Hi @jack3 ,

Expanding on what @PrasadAthalye  stated correctly.

A picture is worth thousand words...Here's an example with a different twist.

Source

PAUG_SP2.png

Flow

PAUG_SP1.png

ResultsPAUG_SP3.png

This example loops through the product table, passes the Product id to the Stored Proc to get the email, parses the results from the SP, and emails the proper recipients. Tweak to your liking - hopefully you get the gist.

Cheers,

Aman

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PrasadAthalye
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@jack3  - Yes. You can call procedure 3 times within same flow and then use SendEmail action after that to send output. It should work perfectly fine.

 

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Hi @PrasadAthalye 

 

Thanks for letting me know.

 

How would i go about doing that though?

PrasadAthalye
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@jack3  - You can accept parameter to stored Procedure and within the procedure write select statements with if conditions based on the parameter passed. then in the flow, add SQL actions 3 times and call same procedure but just passed different parameter values based on your need and then later use email action.

 

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Amanthaper
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Hi @jack3 ,

Expanding on what @PrasadAthalye  stated correctly.

A picture is worth thousand words...Here's an example with a different twist.

Source

PAUG_SP2.png

Flow

PAUG_SP1.png

ResultsPAUG_SP3.png

This example loops through the product table, passes the Product id to the Stored Proc to get the email, parses the results from the SP, and emails the proper recipients. Tweak to your liking - hopefully you get the gist.

Cheers,

Aman

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If my post helps you with your problem or answers your question, please mark it Solved or Answered. This helps anyone with similar challenges. If you like my response, please give it a Thumbs Up.
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Hi @Amanthaper,

 

Thank you so much for your help. 

 

It tried it and it works perfectly thank you. 

 

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