I'm new to the community and have just started using Flows. Really cool possibilites but I need a little help. We use MS SQL on prem and I am trying to filter a GetRows action using a standard Select statement:
WHERE ([Expiration Date] IS NULL OR [Expiration Date] = '')
When I try this, I get an error as follows:
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Could you please share about where you put the select sentence ?
If you are using the SQL Server Get Rows:
The Select Query and the Filter query part, works only with the OData query parameter, it can't be used to execute the SQL language.
For the Null value with the Expiration Date, I am afraid currently it is not working.
As the NULL value can't be recognized under Microsoft Flow, also the '' not work as well.
In addition, Column name with sapce should be write in the format below:
Use the _x0020_ to replace the Space.
For the Select query, just use the column name, then seperate them with comma.
If you have any further questions, please post back.
I am trying to achieve something similar. I am collecting use email from Microsoft form and then want to extract manager's email id for that user from Azure DB to send approval request. I've a table UserDetails which contains UserName, Email and ManagerName. Once I extract ManagerName for the user, I can get his email id from the same table(self join). I am not sure how to implement self join in flow. Looking for other suggestions as well.
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