Getting this error message on a seemingly simple use of the "Get items" actions;
The API 'sharepointonline' returned an invalid response for workflow operation 'Get_items' of type 'OpenApiConnection'. Error details: 'The API operation 'GetItems' is missing required property 'body/value/8/Title'.'
Filter Query : <Tekstfield> eq null
Using top Count : 10 (while testing)
Your Filter query is incorrectly configured in the GET ITEMS action.
Can you please let me know the type of the Column <Tekstfield> is , is it a Text or Date or Choice type column ?
It is defined as Number. The intent of the flow is to use Update item further down in the flow to populate this field with a value based on an expression.
Hello Team, This worked just fine for me and also returned the correct values for me, see below
I think the issue you are facing is that you are not correctly passing in the name of your column.
Can you copy the Internal name of your column and pass that in the query.
You can find the name of the column in the List settings -> Columns -> Click on the column
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Thank u for follow-up. The name is correct and to be on the safe side I now tried to remove the query and it still fails with the same error message.
As there is reference to Title in the error message I checked that it is there w/its standard field name and defined as required.
I had the same issue. Turns out I had a hidden column, that had been made mandatory, but which had no values it it. Once I took that off, the flow worked correctly.
Solved a similar issue by
1. changing the Title field to Optional (from Required),
2. then rebuilt the Get Items step in Power Automate.
Here's the error message I received to start this adventure:
Looks like Microsoft has fixed this issue with SharePoint - Get Items action. I came across this issue recently with an old flow.
When I created a new flow with the same action, the issue did not appear, even though I had a record with an empty Title value.
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