My current attempt is to return `body('HTTP').data.aWSPrices` so that just the array of objects is returned to my PowerApp and put into either just a label or a data table. I'm just trying to get any actual JSON data to show up in my PowerApp so that I can build from there and eventually turn this into either a gallery table or basic data table. I attempt to assign this response to a variable in a few different ways so far. This is from the OnSelect property of a button that calls the Power Automate:
I've tried mapping gqlCallResponse, gqlCallResponseJSON, and graphQLCallResponse to either a lable or a data grid and none have worked. The only thing I get is a 'true' value in the label (it starts as false until I click the button). The data table then only has one field that I can select which is the 'true' field. I set the Items property to graphQLResponse but that doesn't work either.
I'm pretty lost at this point on how to get this response into my canvas app so that I can build a table from it. Any ideas?