@Gorilla_8 Think it would be more action to delegate for Power Automate - there you have the SharePoint HTTP requests, to use them you need to know your REST API URI end point: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/dev/sp-add-ins/complete-basic-operations-using-sharepoin...
Maybe this material will help you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SHOrs8BcTI
Yet, maybe you dont need to use HTTP request and only Lookup or Filter actions to correct list. Could you provide more details about this case?
@Gorilla_8 the more details was all about to provide wider context to better understand the case.
With such short comment I cannot say if the info provided so far were useful, close or not at all.
1.) Show / attach the body of the GET action - if you can
2.) the body is not empty after HTTP action ?
3.) think you dont need skip parameter
4.) PorcentagemdaTarefaConcluida is for sure numeric field? (lt operator is only for numbers)
5.) suggest to add select to api URI to limit number of returned columns/metadata
6.) the URI does no looks correct:
_api/web/lists/getbytitle('infolist')/items?$filter= Title eq ‘demo'
7.) add headers to your call = Accept: "application/json;odata=verbose"
8.) Use Parse JSON - to format body = get access to return properties
9.) IF not add SELECT action to limit properties return
10.) use JOIN action to create string (add separator like /n)
11.) add return/Response to PowerApps (not Response) insert the text property and add output of the JOIN
Check out following article which is using similar technic: https://michalguzowski.pl/search-in-sharepoint-from-powerapps/
1) I don't understand ( sorry)
2) the field is not shown in the powerapps
4) yes, Its a number field
5) how I do that? I am very lost about this...
6) I will try...U have some example?
😎 I try to, I think
10) I just need the field on powerapps
11) Yeah, I think so, but there is a example of other fields here, there are not using the response on powerapps
12) Sorry for the late response.
Thanks for your help
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