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Jaos291
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LookUp into AddColumns

Hey guys, I'm trying to use LookUp inside AddColumns because I need a filter between two sharepoint lists

 

AddColumns(FiltroActividad;"ColumnaA"; LookUp(Actividad; FiltroActividad.ID = Incidencia).Estado)

FiltroActividad is a Set variable for my Sharepoint list, Actividad is another Sharepoint list and I need to get "Estado" of those items that have FiltroActividad.ID = Incidencia (Incidencia is a column in Actividad) but in that ' = ' I get the error: "Invalid argument type"
What can I do ?

Thanks!

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Super User
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Re: LookUp into AddColumns

Hi @Jaos291

I think this might be related to a data type mismatch in the expression FiltroActividad.ID = Incidencia.

When you view the error message that says "Invalid argument type", is there any further description that indicates which argument type is invalid?

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Super User
Super User

Re: LookUp into AddColumns

Hi @Jaos291

I think this might be related to a data type mismatch in the expression FiltroActividad.ID = Incidencia.

When you view the error message that says "Invalid argument type", is there any further description that indicates which argument type is invalid?

View solution in original post

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