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Passing a JSON value to an Azure Run Book

Hello,
I'm experimenting with flow to post a JSON input to an Azure Run Book that I want to get a mailbox for me.

I got the flow to work and pass on the information. The information I pass on looks like this:
{
"Values":
{
"request": "Get-mailbox",
"user": " test@test.com"
}
}

The Input reaches the Azure Run Book and I got the output to work, yet I can't find a way to bind the input to a variable and use it in a Get-Mailbox command.

my code for now looks like this:

Param (
[string] $Request,
)

Write-Output -InputObject "test", $Request

I get the output back into my flow and send it to my mail adres yet the Output is empty except for the "test" part.

Any help would be greatly appriciates
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I managed to find the solution.
The way I passed on the JSON data was incorrect. Changing it to

{

"request": "Get-mailbox",

"user": " test@test.com"

}

Was the solution

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Community Support

Hi @FlowSenpai,

 

Could you please share a screenshot of the configuration of your flow?

Could you please explain more details about your requirement so we would try to provide a proper workaround for you.

 

Best regards,

Alice

Frequent Visitor

I managed to find the solution.
The way I passed on the JSON data was incorrect. Changing it to

{

"request": "Get-mailbox",

"user": " test@test.com"

}

Was the solution

View solution in original post

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