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bhayden
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SQL Server Stored Procedure with Flow

Hello,

 

We are having troubles with using a SQL Server Stored Procedure with Flow/Automate.

We have one working stored procedure, but we have a second one that has a SQL sub-query that is not pulling any of the needed columns. 

Is there something different we have to do when using a sub-query?

I will gladly offer more information if needed.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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iAm_ManCat
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Hi @bhayden 

 

This forum is for Power Apps, whereas I think you will be more likely to get the answer you need from the Power Automate forums - there are a lot more people on that forum with the knowledge you would need to resolve your query as they deal with it more regularly,

 

Thanks!

Sancho

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I may need to post this in both as the end result needs to show in Powerapps, but I will post it there as well.

Thank you.

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