Next we need to capture the body value (See below Content Value mapping : body(‘Send_an_HTTP_request’)?[‘value’]) of the response above and collect the identifier and name. For this I am going to add a Parse JSON step and pass the body value (body(‘Send_an_HTTP_request’)?[‘value’]) of response body of the previous step. See below.
Next capture the body response and look for the address property to get the value range (eg:Sheet1!A1:B7). We are interested in the cell values only. So we need to use the last() and split() expressions to extract the cell range. See below.
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