I have an excel document in SharePoint library as example below. I would like to get all rows which has values on selective department column. For example if i trigger Finance under department, the value i would like to get app1, app3, app4 not a empty value.
I am getting value from column if HR match, but i am getting all values instead just check
The list rows present in a table action, gets you the entire row that matches the creiteria that you have set in the list rows action. After that, you can create a variable to populate it with the names of the columns that have check boxes using conditions to check if the column name is empty or not for that row.
There is no direct way to get the non empty cells (with the x mark) for a particular row.
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Can you check this post here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/ai-builder/flow-text-recognition
You can see that the "base64encoded" : string() is the correct format to pass as the parameters. Note that if you are passing the json payload, it needs to have a proper key and value that is not being passed in our flow. Also, you can get rid of the 'D' from the parse json. It is not the correct way to pass the argument.
The error is at the predict action only and should be resolved if you follow the above.
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if i ran filter array, i am getting body like this, is there way to filter out only listed true value?
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