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How to upadte CDS case record once it is create

I have a requirement to trigger power automate when record is created, immediately update the same record.

 

I tried using CDS trigger "When record is created" and added action "update record" underneath it ,but not able to supply unique identifier of the record.

 

Does anybody aware about how to update created record using flow?

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You are looking for the primary key, but it looks like it has been customised in your environment.

 

Open the default solution in make.powerapps.com, find the Case entity

 

Filter the Datatype to unique identifier, this is the field you are looking for, the Display name should be what is listed in your flow action

 

Pink is the description in your flow, yellow is the type of field you are looking forPink is the description in your flow, yellow is the type of field you are looking for

Pink is what should be displayed in flow, yellow is the field type you are looking for

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You should be able to get the case Id from the incoming trigger record, called Case in OOTB configuration. Then in the update record, choose the fields you need to update

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Thanks for your quick response!

 

I tried this but wasn't able to see the option. I'll try again and let you know.

PFB screenshot , I'm not able to find any unique identifier in the list.

You screenshot shows adding a dynamical value in the record identifier , is there any other way to achieve it?

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You are looking for the primary key, but it looks like it has been customised in your environment.

 

Open the default solution in make.powerapps.com, find the Case entity

 

Filter the Datatype to unique identifier, this is the field you are looking for, the Display name should be what is listed in your flow action

 

Pink is the description in your flow, yellow is the type of field you are looking forPink is the description in your flow, yellow is the type of field you are looking for

Pink is what should be displayed in flow, yellow is the field type you are looking for

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Thank you so much  LinkeD365 .You have explained it nicely.

 

I was misleading myself to add Case value because of it's description given ( lk_incident_ChildIncidentCount )  but that is the only unique key which I should have added and tested first.

 

Thanks again for you valuable time..:) 

 

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