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CDS Outputs / Schema Names in Power Automate

I've spent a LOT of time trying to figure out what to add to my OData statements when writing filters for getting records or running flows. Sometimes it seems D365 lookup fields are _xxxfield_value and then to add data into a field you have to put entityname/(dynamicdata) and some other strange syntax.

 

Is there a way to a) get the field names that are passed in the triggerBody to the Flow, and a general syntax reference that should be used in Flow with CDS connectors? I'd like to minimize my efforts fumbling around without knowing what to do.

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Jcook
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Hello @saturation 

 

You can use a List records without a filter set top count to 1, and copy the output into an editor like VScode or Notepadd++ for use later.


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Jcook
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Super User III

Hello @saturation 

 

You can use a List records without a filter set top count to 1, and copy the output into an editor like VScode or Notepadd++ for use later.


Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution!

If you like my post please hit the Thumbs Up


Proud to be a Flownaut!


Check out my blog for Power Automate tips,
tricks, and guides
FlowAltDelete





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