For the shipment agenda we would like to create events based on Excel rows. These Excel rows needs to be compared with excisting event items, to prevent duplicates in the calendar. We have tested the flow (whitout errors) but no event is created in Outlook calendar. My idea was to compare the values in the excel with the events, but it seems like the recurrend step doesn't work and is needed to prevent multiple duplicates. I tried to add an email check on both ends of the condition, but no mail was recieved. Last screen is of excel rows that needs to be created as events. The PowerApps key gets automatically added by Power Automate to the excel table. Does anyone knows what's going wrong?
Hi @Anonymous ,
As far as I know, Get rows action has been removed, and now we can only use List rows present in a table action to get all the rows.
If you want to avoid duplicate events being created, you can use the following method to configure Flow.
Please take a try.
Thanks for your quick response.
We've reconstructed the flow you sent, but now it looks like the outcome of the condition is always yes.
Our flow is as follows.
I have already tried to fill in 'Filter_array', should this work differently in the background.
Do you have a clue why the condition always results in a "yes".
Hi @Anonymous ,
The result of the Condition is true because the Body of the Filter array is an empty array.
So the result of the length() function is 0, which seems to be the expected result.
The result of the Filter array indicates that there are no eligible records in the table.
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