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how to use multiple cases of Switch case in Flow

Hello,

I am new to Microsoft Flow, and I want to use mulitple cases of switch case but I dont know if it is possible or not. I am sure you guys will help me. 

Problem:

I want to move to Case 2 when Update item 5 Resolution value changes to "Vendor"

 

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Re: how to use multiple cases of Switch case in Flow

 

Hi @mirtiza ,

 

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Re: how to use multiple cases of Switch case in Flow

hi @mirtiza  what you need to add is a condition after update item, in you case 1.

 

See Switch cases are used to compare a one value in multiples conditios for example, I a user sends me the name of my pet, I can look into that aswer, to see if that name could be a dog, case 1, a cat case 2, o a snake case 3. (Just an example, I don't have an snake as pet jejej)

 

Returning to your example, when you upload your item you need to read that Item so, please use get item or items to see if youe new value is equals to 'Vendor' then do something.



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Re: how to use multiple cases of Switch case in Flow

yes you need to use the "IF" (condition) and not "SELECT CASE" (switch)

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Re: how to use multiple cases of Switch case in Flow

Thankyou for your kind replies. I just use "do untill" to make it like a state machine and it works for me.

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Re: how to use multiple cases of Switch case in Flow

 

Hi @mirtiza ,

 

Thanks so much for posting in the Flow Community! It appears that you have found a solution to your issue!

If so, please click "Accept as Solution" on the reply that describes how you were able to solve your issue!

This makes your post much easier for other members of the community to see and find when looking for a solution!

Thanks for being an active Microsoft Flow Community Member!

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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