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rajeshrai123
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Date time filter in CRM dynamics

I am using Flow in CRM dynamics where I need to fetch list of all cases that match today's date.

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Filter query is that if Willis_followupdate is not null and equal to today's date then get the list. Now the problem is that Willis_followupdate column has date and time formate value(e.g.followupdate":"2020-06-25T18:30:00Z") and when my condition evaluate something like this: willis_followupdate ne null and willis_followupdate eq 2020-06-25.

I assume that because my column contains time also in value that why it not working.

Someone suggested to use formatDateTime but its throwing below error:

Unable to process template language expressions in action 'List_records' inputs at line '1' and column '2130': 'In function 'formatDateTime', the value provided for date time string 'followupdate' was not valid. The datetime string must match ISO 8601 format.'.followupdate":"2020-06-25T18:30:00Z"

Also, I tried to use starts with or contains and though to use string manipulation that doesn't support in Filter query of dynamics.

Please help me to love this. 

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@rajeshrai123 - I would suggest using the Common Data Service connectors for your needs. The Dynamics 365 connector is deprecated. 

 

Also, I would suggest you use the formatDateTime for the UTCNow() as well. This way the D365 field date value and the UTCNow() value will be equivalent. 

 

Have you tried this: https://manueltgomes.com/reference/powerautomate-function-reference/formatdatetime-function/

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