I am a begineer with Power Automate and I've been tasked with creating a flow that every day will list all the rows in a OneDrive Excel Spreadsheet and check if a column's value matches the related field in Dynamics (The field and column will contain a GUID so it will be unique). If the value matches then the flow should update the Dynamics record's fields to match those in the spreadsheet (if any have changed) or if there is not a matching GUID in excel then create a new record in dynamics that contains all the data from Excel. I have tried many different options but I just can't get it right. If anyone could point me in the right direction that'd be fantastic.
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Thank you for your reply, I have used the pre-made templates and changed them slightly so that two different flows are able to create records in excel from D365 and another that will update a records based on a GUID. This obviously won't work as it will also create new rows even if the GUID already exists in D365. My issue is 'separating' for lack of a better word, which records need to be created in excel and which needs to be updated based off of the GUID. I tried to make a flow with a condition within an apply to each within another apply to each and this doesn't work how I intended it to. I currently have a flow that will delete all rows in the table and just create new rows for all the records again which with over 30,000 records takes too long. If you could give me any advice it'd be greatly appreciated,
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