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Helper V

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The Setup

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The Result

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What happens when I click "Click to download"

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https://prod-93.westus.logic.azure.com/workflows/41b603962XXXXXXXd027a00d5a633e/runs/085859XXXXXX429...

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@v-bacao-msft,

Sorry, that does not help at all; you make it sound like you believe that this erroneous feedback from Flow is my fault.

What I am trying to do is figure out the correct syntax to access data in an object in an array. There seems to be nothing on the internet that explains this, so I tried some permutations I thought might work. Flow found no errors compiling nor running and offered data that returned from my query. When I clicked the link to the data, that is when I found your bug/glitch; Flow promised data, but, when it went to look for it, there was no data because the query was not written correctly; this leads to your customer's confusion and dissatisfaction with the Power Automate platform.

Even taking the time to try to help you by pointing out this bug in your software only to find that, through you, Microsoft either does not recognize the frustration caused by their software misinforming it's customers and will do nothing to fix it or Microsoft does not care about the frustration caused by their software misinforming it's customers and will do nothing to fix it does not seem to be appreciated, nor, likely, will this attempt to make you recognize the gravity of this frustration at the front lines of development utilizing your software.

I hope that helps.

 

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Community Support
Community Support

 

Hi @BenDonahue ,

 

Which attribute value do you want to get? The last action output is an array, so you need to use index to get the specified element in the array. Then the attribute value can be called based on the attribute name.

 

Hope that makes sense.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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@v-bacao-msft,

Sorry, that does not help at all; you make it sound like you believe that this erroneous feedback from Flow is my fault.

What I am trying to do is figure out the correct syntax to access data in an object in an array. There seems to be nothing on the internet that explains this, so I tried some permutations I thought might work. Flow found no errors compiling nor running and offered data that returned from my query. When I clicked the link to the data, that is when I found your bug/glitch; Flow promised data, but, when it went to look for it, there was no data because the query was not written correctly; this leads to your customer's confusion and dissatisfaction with the Power Automate platform.

Even taking the time to try to help you by pointing out this bug in your software only to find that, through you, Microsoft either does not recognize the frustration caused by their software misinforming it's customers and will do nothing to fix it or Microsoft does not care about the frustration caused by their software misinforming it's customers and will do nothing to fix it does not seem to be appreciated, nor, likely, will this attempt to make you recognize the gravity of this frustration at the front lines of development utilizing your software.

I hope that helps.

 

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