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Bug with Azure Data Lake Connectors

Hello!

I have a flow that is connecting from Microsoft Forms into Azure Data Lake. I believe there is a bug in the syntax, as when I use Forms data I receive this:

 

Test Question: @outputs('Get_response_details')?['body/r0da8c357c27d41df9027ecc153f515e7']

 

Instead of:

 

Test Question: Option2

 

I took a peek in the code in the connector, and the code shows up as:

 

 

"body": "\nTest Question: @outputs('Get_response_details')?['body/r0da8c357c27d41df9027ecc153f515e7']",

 

 

 

But I think it should be:

 

 

"body": "\nTest Question: {@outputs('Get_response_details')?['body/r0da8c357c27d41df9027ecc153f515e7']}",

 

 

 

 

Notice the "{" "}" braces. When testing other connectors, a lot of them use {curly braces} around Forms' output call.

 

Does this make sense? Or am I getting bad data for another reason? For reference, when sending an e-mail to myself using a different connector, it works just fine. But I think ADLS (Azure Data Lake) connectors are broken with Teams.

 

Please feel free to privately contact me on Teams. I'm working on a slightly urgent feature and would love feedback.

Kevin Lee (from Outlook Desktop in Microsoft)

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Re: Bug with Azure Data Lake Connectors

Yep, so when I added curlies around the "outputs" area manually in Flow, it fixes it.

 

The connector is broken otherwise. It just needs curlies.

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Re: Bug with Azure Data Lake Connectors

Ugh. Sorry. I'm so confused.

 

When I use the output: "Email: <Respondants Email>" where <Respondants Email> is the little dynamic content, it doesn't work.

However, if I do: "<Respondants Email>" just by itself, it DOES work. Is there something with ":" colons that I'm not understanding?

 

 

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Re: Bug with Azure Data Lake Connectors

Hi,

 

Thanks for your post and for your help troubleshooting this. We will take a look into this. Thanks for your help! Here is some additional information on the Azure Data Lake connector if you would like to learn more. 

 

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/connectors/azuredatalake/

 

Regards,

 

Alex

 

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Community Support Team _ Alex Rezac
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