I've been creating a flow where it pulls data from SFDC, specifically Case Milestone data, in that data, there's a field which contains minutes:seconds in the format of xx:xx when I add a clause to fire a team's post the "less than clause" is ignored.
The flow looks like this:
What happens is the post goes out but for records where the seconds are over 30:00 (for example) so the less than clause appears to be ignored heres a screenshot:
I appreciate any guidance and help on this.
Time Remaining In Mins is less than or equal to = 30:00
30:00 is a string type in your case so less than or equal wont work
You will have to add additional logic which will require expressions
is less than or equal to 30
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Can you confirm what is the data being returned in the time remaining field? if it is just an integer as 30 then you need to modify the condition over there and enter 30. If it is being returned as a time string then it needs to be formatted using the format date time function in the expression editor.
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@RezaDorrani here is the error i get when i implement your suggestion:
Unable to process template language expressions for action 'Condition' at line '1' and column '2653': 'The template language function 'split' expects its first parameter to be of type string. The provided value is of type 'Null'. Please see https://aka.ms/logicexpressions#split for usage details.'.
hopefully the error above indicates this? not entirely sure how to read this.
its the only field which counts down to 00:00 which indicated a breach of SLA we do have CreatedDate (time of case creation) and TargetDate (when SLA is due to expire if not satisfied) both fields are date/time dd/mm/yyyyThh:mm:ss
not sure if there's an alternative approach for this
again appreciate you assisting here
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