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Sharepoint number lookup column value not diplayed

I have a number lookup column called Budget Rate where I can't get the value of that column to use it for number column called Budgeted Rate.  I looked under more items and it doesn't show up there.  All that is availabe is Budget Rate Id and not the number value.  How do I fix this?

 

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Budget Rate.PNGFlow Budgeted Rate.PNG

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Hi Barry:

 

I appreciate the response.  The lookup column value is number and the column I want to update is also a number.  So there is not a difference in type. Flow seems to be expecting an integer.  Could it be because the column is not the primary lookup column?

 

I did find a work around.  I converted both columns to text and I was able to get the value and went on from there.  Strange to have to do this but it works.

 

Joe

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Hi @ Black7830

 

Could you please share more details about the configuration of your SharePoint number lookup column and more details?

 

Could you share the screenshot of the value of your lookup column output?

 

I tested it on my side according to your description, and I really couldn't get the value of lookup column to use it for another number column.

 

If your Column type doesn't match the Dynamic content you want to fill, it won't show up in the Dynamic content display, so you couldn't get and use it.

 

It seems that the value of your lookup column is not a Number type. You could try to output its value to determine its type before using it.

 

Best Regards,

Barry

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Hi Barry:

 

I appreciate the response.  The lookup column value is number and the column I want to update is also a number.  So there is not a difference in type. Flow seems to be expecting an integer.  Could it be because the column is not the primary lookup column?

 

I did find a work around.  I converted both columns to text and I was able to get the value and went on from there.  Strange to have to do this but it works.

 

Joe

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