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Unbound action. Query fails. What are rule parts and fragments?

Calling a bulk delete as an unbound action but errors on 

"Each rule part must be a name-value pair separated by '='. Actual number of fragments: 1"

Phil Cole's blog was my steer but his examples don't work either. HERE

I've studied the Microsoft docs, tried 101 different configurations and filters, trawled the web but can't find fragments or understand how an '=' (equals sign) is meant to appear in JSON name-value pairs as per the message. 

To simplify the request for the bulk delete I took out all the filters and just the entity name but still get the pair and fragments message. 


Anyone know of this? Cheers, Richard UK




Frequent Visitor

Hi Rick,


I'm having the same issue, did you find a solution for this?


Thank you so much

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Any solution on this......facing same error

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