I have a PTO Request App with a status field that defaults to "Submitted". I'm using flow and have the user's name, current status, and requsted days off populate on a shared outlook calendar. All of this works. Is there a way I can update the status of the requst via the app that would also update on the Calendar? I was trying to research using Patch to accomplish this but have found no luck with that or using another flow to update it when a change is made.
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Could you please share more details of your situation?
Could you please share more about the configure of your flow and the controls you create in your app and the formula expression you use?
Can you please post the screenshots of the error too?
I am guessing a possibility of two places the errors might be coming in,
1. In the condition in the Apply to Each loops. Can you confirm, that the values "Submitted" and "Approved" actually exist on the sharepoint column (can you confirm the datatype too? I am guessing it could be choice type)
2. The even create action has the Start and End time and these need a properly formatted date time string.
If you can post a screeenshot of the error, it would help get to the issue and resolve it.
Hope this Helps!
Here is the screen shots of the flow with the error. The data type is a choice filed in the SP list and Submitted and Approved are listed as one of the chocies. The event shows up on the Calendar when I first submitted it and it does list it as submitted. When I change the status, the flow to send out the emailes workes and I get the correct email tellin gme what the status was changed too, it just does't update the Calendar with the new status.
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