I'm sorry, I cannot make it work 😞
According to this answer I received this very morning
I guess the format you need should be
However, when saving the test flow, an error message is displayed. AS I mentioned in previous replies, I managed to make coalesce work inside a condition in May-June timeframe, since then some format changes have applied.
Let's hope a member of Microsoft Flow support team can help us to clarify if we can keep on using coalesce in Condition blocks or it has been discontinued.
I created a new list with a column for client names and a date column named Fecha. I even tried changing the region to US but on saving I get the following error:
The template validation failed: 'The template action 'Condition' at line '1' and column '1102' is not valid: "The template language expression 'greater(coalesce(triggerBody()?['Fecha'],"2000-12-12"), 'adddays (utcnow(),-7,"yyyy-MM-dd")')' is not valid: the string character '"' at position '41' is not expected.".'.
There seems to be a bug when comparing today's date with one stored in sharepoint, please note there are some threads discussing this topic like:
On my successful tests in May-June timeframe the "filter array" functionality was not available. Yesterday, I tested it with "condition" since the trigger executed in my flow is "when a sharepoint item is added"
Hope this helps
I think I found the proper format. I should have used double quotes for the trigger parameter, since it is inside an expression:
Whith this format, when saving the flow, there are no parse errors.
I tried your solution but still get an error. I will leave it for now and try setting up a recurring task, Outlook calendar or 2013 workflow.
Many thanks for all your help.
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