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The reason you are getting that error is because for whatever reason you are not meeting the condition requirements. You can always set up variables or composes to check to see what values are getting passed to your condition so you can double check what is being passed to the condition. Without seeing your flow or your flow runs I am not certain where the issue is. I would double check the variables being passed to the condition and if you are still having issues to create a ticket with Microsoft Support. I'll include a link below; if you would like to go down that route.
If you would like to create a ticket with Microsoft Customer Support here is a link on how to do so: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/get-help-support
Community Support Team _ Alex Rezac
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Where and how should I use that variable or compose action?
Here is a general view of the flow:
And here is a look of the issues I'm getting:
The reason that you're having the issue is that your date formats don't match.
Change your expression to the following:
I did what you said but I think it is looking for the items that overdue exactly in 30 days (June 25).
I would like it to filter the items that are about to expire within the next 30 days and the ones that are already overdue, I was using this expression: less than or equals addDays(utcNow(), 30) and it was working, it was getting the items within the next 30 days but I dont know why it is just taking the current month overdue items and ignoring the other month's overdue items.
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