Hi Great People,
I'm currently designing a process where i will grabbing a certain data from excel file and I was doing it inside the power automate desktop. While doing so, I have stumble upon an issue in regards to the process I was trying to do.
The issue are, how do I skip an empty cell in specific row and proceed with the next data. Below are an example of data i was trying to do and i have come up with looping condition as solution but apparently the datatype i was using like "isEmpty" and "null" are not working and give me an error of wrong usage of datatype whereas the data retrieve from excel are in a datarow.
I do explore any solution that might help me but most of them are using web version where implementation of expression are possible and inside of the desktop version it seems like I cant find any that match. Could you guys help me out with this any information or suggestion will be valuable to me and thank you in advance for helping out.
*The row i try to skip are on the third row where invoice number and amount are not available. Hence i want to move forward with the available data like credit note and amount that is in the same row as well. Thank you in advance guys!
|A/C CODE||LOCATION||PRINCIPAL||INVOICE||INV SET OFF AMOUNT||CREDIT NOTE||CREDIT NOTE AMT|
Please note that the "isEmpty" operator will be available on GA (Dec 2020).
In the meantime, you could try the solution as described here: https://support.softomotive.com/support/solutions/articles/35000112272-check-if-a-variable-is-null-
I hope it helps!
Hi @PetrosF-MSFT ,
It seems like the suggestion is not working for me. As for what you mention on the isempty part may I know when will this option can be used inside power automate desktop specifically and in the meantime is there any suggestion on how can i achieve this process of checking empty cell in a row?
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