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Anonymous
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Cannot access SQL query output

Hi,

 

I am creating a flow that will email the result of an sql query. However I cannot see the output of the SQL query as dynamic content

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I have seen in other places that this should appear as "ResultSets" but I can't see this. Is there a way to fix it?

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Anonymous
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Hmm .. there seems to a related Action for stored procedures

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Have you tried this instead of executing a sql query?

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Anonymous
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I have the exact same problem. I can only see the outcomes from the manual trigger option.

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This looks like a bug to me

Anonymous
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Ok .. I found a solution that works for me. @Anonymous see if you can modify your query to include formalParameters (see the green box highlighted below).

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Anonymous
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Still not working for me. I wonder if that's because I am executing a stored procedure...

Anonymous
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Hmm .. there seems to a related Action for stored procedures

vshets_0-1614956162343.png

Have you tried this instead of executing a sql query?

Anonymous
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Yes I just did. it worked!

 

But it still does not seem right that we can't access the output of a generic sql query.

Anonymous
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I agree .. it is weird. When I ran without using `formalParameters`, I could clearly see the output from the sql query after testing it. But it was not showing as an option under dynamic content to use the output of the sql query. By default if you can see the output in the results, then it should be made available down stream. But it was not in this case. Had to use formalParameters as a work around.

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