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BBastian
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Office365Outlook connector triggering twice when called from a ForEach statement inside a collection

I have a colDatesSelected which just stores the list of all dates selected from a calendar. All i am trying to do is create a Calendar invite for each of the dates using below code: But for each of the dates in the collection I am getting two exact same invites per day.

 

ForAll(
colDatesSelected,
Office365Outlook.V4CalendarPostItem(
vCalendarID,
"Please checkin before proceeding to office",
DateTimeValue(Text(DateAdd( SelectedDates, 7, Hours),ShortDateTime )),
DateTimeValue(Text(DateAdd( SelectedDates, 8, Hours),ShortDateTime )),
"(UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)"
);

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WarrenBelz
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Hi @BBastian ,

There are a couple other posts (which I cannot locate presently) on exactly this. It appears to be a bug - you may have to do this another way.

 

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This is so annoying. I have a different App made a few months back, where I am using the same logic and there it's working fine.

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