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Super User III
Super User III

Filter Table in SQL Getrow

Please my flow is working but i want to filter the Sql based on one of the fields in the sql table. 

I would then provide input in power apps. 

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Hi @eka24 ,

 

It seems that you only need to configure the condition under the Get row action, and then determine whether the specified field value is in line with expectations, and if so, execute the following action.

You need to move the following actions to the IF yes branch.

Please take a try.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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Advocate IV
Advocate IV

You'll need to study the ODATA type language for SQL filters, here's the link

 

https://www.odata.org/documentation/odata-version-3-0/url-conventions/ 

 

For example, if I wanted to filter on a Y/N column called [COMPLETE]...

 

COMPLETE eq 'Y'

 

Where COMPLETE is the name of the column, eq is equals, and 'Y' is the value I want to filter on in single quotes.

 

Few more common options:

gt is greater than

lt is less than

ge is greater than or equal to

le is less than or equal to

 

letter case does matter.

Community Support
Community Support

 

Hi @eka24 ,

 

It seems that you only need to configure the condition under the Get row action, and then determine whether the specified field value is in line with expectations, and if so, execute the following action.

You need to move the following actions to the IF yes branch.

Please take a try.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Advocate IV
Advocate IV

@eka24 

 

Right now you're using the "Get row" which will only ever return one single row as it requires a unique ID (ID needs to be passed to the SQL connector from PowerApps). If you're trying to filter a set of rows that could contain more than one, you'll want to use a different connector "Get Rows" in which case you will then be able to setup a filter like I described below.

I finally filtered the field in my powerapps and its working. I think your suggestion should also work for getrow. thank you

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