I'm a day and a half into this Flow at this point! Wow. Learning a LOT! Feel like I'm down to one final problem to solve (yeah right 🙂 ). Hoping someone can assist here.
Ideas for this one?
I don't think there is a way to make the schemas dynamic. But you could use a Switch statement on some defining value to select which Parse Json action to use in your stream.
Thanks for the reply @Pstork1 . I appreciate you thinking about this. Feels like it would be VERY valuable to be able to add Dynamic Content to the Parse JSON action to accommodate this.
No need for a Switch statement with 12 (or more!) options.
Or even more ideal, specify a URL where the schema is stored and have Flow fetch it.
I agree it would be useful, but it doesn't exist today and I don't think you will see it anytime soon.
Switch action for 12 defined parse json actions as suggested by @Pstork1 will work
It can be made dynamic but would involve a lot of work with expressions
For example - when you query the list and get the response
You can run a for loop on the response results using expression:-
body('action_name')?['d']?['results'] - This will point to the array response of items
Next within the for loop to read each item,
use expression item()?['columninternalname']
To make columninternalname - dynamic - you would need to first query the column names and store them also in a collection
so within the loop for the items array
run another loop on the collection(array) of internal names and then use expression
Main_loop_name - is the name of the main for loop (body('action_name')?['d']?['results'])
item() - will give you the current column name from the columns array
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