I am requesting assistance with developing a flow that can do what is described in the subject line. The form is very simple and only contains the following questions:
I have been trying to make a flow that when a submission is received that a new entry will populate into the table, but if the entry matches (First Name, Last Name, and Certificate Name), I want it to just update the certificate completion date. This is to track a multitude of employees that are submitting certificates that they complete.
Is this possible? I have attempted to build a flow that does this, but when I run the flow. It will create a new row for each row that currently exists in the table. For example: If there are already four rows, and I submit a new form it will create four identical rows into the document.
Thank you in advance for any assistance on this.
Hi there. Totally possible, here's one approach:
Keep in mind that any time Power Automate is expecting an array (even if there is only supposed to be one item in that array) it will throw subsequent actions into an Apply to Each loop. Watch @benitezhere 's video on avoiding that below:
Give that a go, and let us know how it works out. Good luck.
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Thanks for the response! I used a lot of what you suggested, but I am still running into an issue with referencing the array using the information in the video. I tried to recreate what she was doing in the video with my information, but I was returned with an error:
Unable to process template language expressions for action 'Condition' at line '1' and column '26162': 'The template language expression 'first(body('Filter_array')?['value'])?['Identifier']' cannot be evaluated because property 'value' cannot be selected. Array elements can only be selected using an integer index. Please see https://aka.ms/logicexpressions for usage details.'.
She laid out the following for her situation:
I replaced the name of action with my Filter Array, and the standard name with Identifier (my unique row identifier).
I imagine at this point it is still something that I am not understanding, or I am not using the correct names while trying to copy what she was doing in the video.
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