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Conditions in MS FLOW

Hi there, 

I have a sharepoint list, that i want to automatically update when specific parameters are met. 

I want the flow to check if a field is empty and the combine this condition with whether Yes or No have been chosen in the choice field? however when I set it up it returns False even though it is true and I think I must be doing something wrong? See flow below. 

Flow check empty and 'Yes'.PNG

Anyone able to help out? 

- Tobi

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@Anonymous 

I believe that if you enter true in the expression window for your Boolean column that your issue will be resolved.  Unless you enter it in the expression window, it is just treated as text.

ChoiceValue.jpg

 

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@Anonymous 

What type of column is Stadie?  A text column?

What type of column is Ja/Nej?  Is it an option column or a boolean(yes/no) column?

 

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@ScottShearer 

Yes 'Stadie' is just a text column, Ja/Nej is a boolean column 🙂 

ScottShearer
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@Anonymous 

I believe that if you enter true in the expression window for your Boolean column that your issue will be resolved.  Unless you enter it in the expression window, it is just treated as text.

ChoiceValue.jpg

 

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