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Dany
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Flow Get Items returns only 100 entries when "Top Count" box is left blank.

Hi, "Get Items" returns only 100 entries when "Top Count" box is left blank. Hint in "Top Count" box says "Total number of entries to retrieve (default = all)". I would expect that leaving the box empty will return everything. Putting a high number like 9999999 resolve the issue.

 

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Dany
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Re: Flow Get Items returns only 100 entries when "Top Count" box is left blank.

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Re: Flow Get Items returns only 100 entries when "Top Count" box is left blank.

Hi @ Dany,

 

 

Do you want the "Get items" action would return all items when the "Top Count" field is left blank?

Microsoft flow 'Get Items" action support to returns 100 items when "Top Count" box is left blank currently,

if you want the "Get items" action would return all items when the "Top Count" field is left blank, please submit an idea to Flow Ideas Forum:

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Flow-Ideas/idb-p/FlowIdeas

 

In addition,if you would like to set the "Top Count" like "9999999",there is a 5000 items limit of sharepoint items, so the "Get items" action would return "Top Count" 5000 items currently,I afraid that there is no way to achieve your needs in Microsoft Flow currently.

 

 

Regards,
Alice Zhang

Dany
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Re: Flow Get Items returns only 100 entries when "Top Count" box is left blank.

rys
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Re: Flow Get Items returns only 100 entries when "Top Count" box is left blank.

If it only returns 100 items it should say that it only returns 100 items. It says right in the box that default=all. I just spent 45 minutes trying to figure out why my flow wasn't working correctly.

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