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Using SQL Query Results from the SQL Action used inside a Apply to each


I have situation where i have to run a sql query within a 'apply to each' to get some results from the variables within in the 'apply to each' , and pass it down stream to other new action with in the same 'apply to each'


But when i do it ,  the SQL objects results are not being shown on the right, when i wanted to use the 'Result Sets' into the compose action ( the last compose action at the end ). 




The lock here is that the SQL query needs paremetres from the variables within Apply to each , so i cannot move it outside Apply to each.


Please suggest an alternative approach? 


Can i Setup another flow to run SQL Query  within the apply to each ?


whether it would allow me to pass the variable values from this flow to the child flow ?




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Resultsets should be available in compose. Are you not able to see it in dynamic content? I am able to find it...


May be you can remove and add the action again...




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i could not find the results of sql in dynamic content when i use Execute SQL Query , but works when i use some other action like 'Get rows' etc..

Something strange. as you can see, I am able to get it in dynamic content. Is your connection to action broken? Can you add another action? What happens when you click compose and open dynamic content?

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