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barberalla
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Using PowerAutomate to capture a list of the current users Teams

Hello all!

 

In my proof of concept app, I am trying to capture the current users list of Teams in a gallery. I am 99% of the way there, but need some help for the final missing piece.

Here's the problem: my PowerAutomate process is capturing the information correctly (I'm assuming, based on the flow results), but when sending the information back to PowerApps via the Response object, my collection is acting..... funny. 😉

As you can see below, I am capturing the ID and Name fields from the List Teams component:

PowerAutomate

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Results of a recent run

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It seems as though Response is sending back exactly what I am looking for. However, in my app, the collection I create when executing the call to PowerAutomate, is showing "blank" rows.

Any thoughts as to what I might be missing here?

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barberalla
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Whelp... I solved my problem!

For anyone else who may make the same silly mistake as I did, the Select stage requires the mapped fields to match what is in the schema. So in my case, I replaced TeamID with id and TeamName with displayName (as provided in the schema).

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barberalla
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Whelp... I solved my problem!

For anyone else who may make the same silly mistake as I did, the Select stage requires the mapped fields to match what is in the schema. So in my case, I replaced TeamID with id and TeamName with displayName (as provided in the schema).

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