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dlprentice
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To overcome Pagination limits how could I write the following "Filter array" action in the form of an ODATA filter query?

To overcome Pagination limits how could I write the following "Filter array" action in the form of an ODATA filter query?

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I ended up modifying the workflow to use an ODATA query using already known information from a SharePoint table.

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Paulie78
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Try this:

subject eq 'SearchCriteriaHere'

Replace SearchCriteriaHere with your ESN Ticket number. 

 

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This would be correct if I already had an input to enter there, but I don't. If you look at my Filter array I am saying "Only return the ESN Ticket Number entry if a match is found in the subject somewhere". Currently the email subjects don't come in consistently so its hard to do this with split (last, first).

 

If I had a consistent subject format to work with I'd just split it out and use that with the ODATA filter, but in this case I don't have that convivence yet.

I ended up modifying the workflow to use an ODATA query using already known information from a SharePoint table.

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