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jose_farinha
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Error listing rows from Dataverse table

I’m very disappointed with Power Automate / Apps. Lots of graphics and editing to achieve simple operations that one gets in the blink of the eye with other tools/languages.

And lots of non-sense errors. Like this one:

 

I have this simple action to get the lines of an order:

1. action.png

and I get this inexplicable error:

Could not find a property named 'cr776_order' on type 'Microsoft.Dynamics.CRM.cr776_orderitem'.

 

Which is non-sense because I do have a 'cr776_order' property (the last one below):

2. order item.png

on table 'cr776_orderitem':

3. tables.png

What am I missing?!

 

Thanks for your attention.

 

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Expiscornovus
Super User
Super User

Hi @jose_farinha,

 

Can you check the raw output of the list rows action without the filter?

 

My guess is that the name of the lookup column should be in a format with a leading underscore character and trailing _value.

_cr776_orderitem_value

 

Below is a similar kind of filter for retrieving contacts from a related account id which is using the same kind of formatting.

 

leadingunderscoretrailingvalue.pnglistrowscontacts.png

 

Hope this helps a bit?

 

 



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Expiscornovus
Super User
Super User

Hi @jose_farinha,

 

Can you check the raw output of the list rows action without the filter?

 

My guess is that the name of the lookup column should be in a format with a leading underscore character and trailing _value.

_cr776_orderitem_value

 

Below is a similar kind of filter for retrieving contacts from a related account id which is using the same kind of formatting.

 

leadingunderscoretrailingvalue.pnglistrowscontacts.png

 

Hope this helps a bit?

 

 



Happy to help out! 🙂

Interested in more #PowerAutomate #SharePointOnline or #PowerVirtualAgents content?
Visit my blog, Subscribe to my YouTube channel or Follow me on Twitter


I always forget this. Thanks for the reminder.

iskguy
Helper IV
Helper IV

Thanks @Expiscornovus for the tip!  This just saved me a few hours

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