I currently have a flow that kicks off when a .NET webform writes data to a SharePoint list. Sometimes one of the fields is blank, but I still need to run Get Item and Update Item to set a value from No to Yes once it has been reviewed (I do this three times, actually, for a three-step approval process). The problem here is that if one of the fields is blank (Year, in my case), the dynamic content item for Year throws an error when the flow tries to do the Update Item process, because the Year value is blank.
What I would like to happen is for the Update Item process to just make note of the blank/null value in Year and be OK with that; either copy a blank string or do nothing with it and move on. It should not break the flow.