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agperezc
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Filtering using Get Records from a D365FO Connector

I'm trying to filter D365FO in a Flow by using the Get Records item.
Im using the Entity "Customers" and I'm trying to retrieve all records where OnHoldStatus is gretaher than 0.
In fact, this field is originally an Enum field in D365FO
I have tried following Filter Query expressions:

1.- Onholdstatus gt 0

2.- Onholdstatus eq 'All'

But no one of both works. When running flow I get an error of mismatch types of comparison items, with integer or stream.

How can I formulate the Filter Query Expression properly?

 

Thanks.

 

 

 

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Re: Filtering using Get Records from a D365FO Connector

Hi @agperezc,

 

Could you please share more details about the OnHoldStatus column in the sharepoint list?

I have made a test on my side to create a OnHoldStatus column in the sharepoint list as below:

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Please refer to screenshot below to create the flow:

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The expression in the Filter array as below:

@greater(int(item()?['OnHoldStatus']?['Value']), 0)

The flow would run successfully as below:

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Best regards,

Alice

 

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Re: Filtering using Get Records from a D365FO Connector

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Re: Filtering using Get Records from a D365FO Connector

hi,

 

for enum fields you have to filter in another way than "normal" fields.

 

Try this one for your topic:

 

OnHoldStatus gt Microsoft.Dynamics.DataEntities.CustVendorBlocked'No'

 

Then you will receive f.e. the following Customer Accounts:

Account OnHold
US-008 Invoice
US-041 All






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Re: Filtering using Get Records from a D365FO Connector

Hi @agperezc 

Have you solved your issue? 
I have similar issue which is:
1. Get records from D365FO Entity

2. Filter it based on status

3. Store it in Sharepoint

Could you please help me?

Thanks.
pytbyt

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