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SharePoint list to update SQL Table

I want to update a SQL table with list items in a SharePoint list. Getting the follwowing error in SQL update row step:

 

"Invalid Mashup Expression using supplied values.\r\n inner exception: We couldn't convert to Number

 

I did populate the exacte same table with the same sharepoint data before with a different flow w/o issues. Anyone can provide further guidance how to trouble shoot this...?

 

 

thxs,

Stefan

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Hi stekum,

 

May I know the detailed information of your flow? Did you use the template "When an existing list item is modified, update a SQL row"?

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Mona

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Hi Mona,

 

did not use the template, but it is exactly the same two step flow i was putting together ...

 

Thxs

Hi stekum,

 

Have you tried to create a new flow to test?

 

Mona

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Yes i have tried this
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@v-monli-msft Hi Mona, what would be the best process to be able to successfully run that suggested flow? I have a SharePoint List that I imported into SQL server. However, the flow is asking for a Row ID for the SQL Server. The Row ID's of the imported data are 1,2,3,4..etc while my SharePoint ID numbers are 175,176,177, etc.  When I update my SharePoint list, I was assuming that the ID from SP and the ID field from SQL would be used to update the SQL row. How can I fulfill the Row ID requirement?

 

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