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skdev
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Filter a Dataverse table based on a collections look up column

I have two datasources
okrs - Dataverse table 

PerformancePlanDetails - Collection that has a lookup column called okr_id that references the okrs table. 

I'm trying to filter the records in the okrs table based on the the list of records in PerformancePlanDetails


These are the formulas I've tried:
Filter(okrs, id in PerformancePlanDetails.okr_id.id) - it gives me a delegation warning
Filter(okrs, id in PerformancePlanDetails.okr_id).id - it says incompatible data types between a text value and record

Any help would be appreciated!

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Drrickryp
Super User
Super User

@skdev 

Use = instead of "in". 

I still get the same warnings even if I use "="

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