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babrowns
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sending chart in mail using kusto query

I'm trying to create weekly mail based on kusto query
When I'm using "Run query and visualize results", the content data return as an embedded string.
Is it possible to convert the string to chart and send it by mail as well?

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v-bacao-msft
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Hi @babrowns ,

 

I am afraid I can't do a similar test here. Could you please provide a sample data of what this action returns?

As far as I know, the current common practice in MS Flow is to insert an HTML table or CSV table in the Email body.

Like:

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Please provide more details.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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Hi,

Thanks for the answer!

I have no problem with getting the result as a table or csv. I'm trying to get the result as a chart (image of it).

this is my flow: link

This is what returns from the query:

"body" and "Attachment content" contains long strings.

"attachment name" contains something that looks like file name, but no attachment exists.

"links to Kusto explorer" have a link, when clicking on it present the chart. I want to present the chart as part of the mail, and not by clicking on a link.

 

I found this solution , but it didn't work for me as expected.

 

Thanks,

Bar

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