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joef
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get items filter multiple conditions

 
 

Hi All,

Can someone please tell me why my and condition below thinks the data in the "Title" column is the column name? 

I added single quotes, double quotes, I tried with a cap T, All caps, all lower...

 

I get the below error:

"Column 'Blah' does not exist. It may have been deleted by another user.   "

 

Blah is the data in the column not the column name.  

I am using the "Title" column...

 

 

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TIA,

Joe

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gabibalaban
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@joef 

Because this is the ODATA query logic 😊.

Your formula should look like:

field_1 eq 'dynamicValue1' and Title eq 'dynamicValue2'

Please take care that the text column type values needs to be compared with string values and in PowerAutomate string values are delimited by quotes.

Hope it helps !

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gabibalaban
Dual Super User
Dual Super User

@joef 

Because this is the ODATA query logic 😊.

Your formula should look like:

field_1 eq 'dynamicValue1' and Title eq 'dynamicValue2'

Please take care that the text column type values needs to be compared with string values and in PowerAutomate string values are delimited by quotes.

Hope it helps !

joef
Continued Contributor
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Thank you!!  Yes I had it backwards I was quoting the Title not the dynamic 

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