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Matthew5
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Dataverse New Topics - Multiple Bots

Hello, 

I've previously created a flow to pull from dataverse a list of topics that have been added in the last 30 days. This worked great when I had just one chatbot per Teams page they were created on. 

However, I'm now moving 3 chatbots under one Teams page environment... is there a way to filter the dataverse action so it only pulls the topics applicable to that chatbot as well the date created on filter? From what I can see there is 'parentbotid' and 'parent chatbot subcomponent' as data fields, I'm just not sure what the syntax would be or which one would work? I've tried a few times with no luck. If anyone has any ideas please?

 

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Thank you

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HenryJammes
Copilot Studio
Copilot Studio

Hello @Matthew5,

So, this one is a bit tricky but possible.

 

For bots created in the current, production-supported, version of PVA, you need to filter based on the many-to-many relationship (bot_botcomponent) that exists between Chatbot (bot) and Chatbot Subcomponent (botcomponent).

 

The OData filter clause would look like this:

 

bot_botcomponent/any(o:o/botid eq '2e65b370-0258-47d3-805a-a7a9ed6bd2bd') and createdon ge '2022-11-30'

 

 

For bots created in the new unified authoring experience (now in public preview), you indeed need to filter based on the many-to-one relationship (parentbotid).

 

The OData filter clause would look like this:

 

_parentbotid_value eq '5b1383be-76ce-40c3-ac45-e09ca5961b4a' and createdon ge '2022-11-30'

 

 

You can learn more about OData and syntax for the Dataverse Web API here: Query data using the Web API (Microsoft Dataverse) - Power Apps | Microsoft Learn

 

 

 

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HenryJammes
Copilot Studio
Copilot Studio

Hello @Matthew5,

So, this one is a bit tricky but possible.

 

For bots created in the current, production-supported, version of PVA, you need to filter based on the many-to-many relationship (bot_botcomponent) that exists between Chatbot (bot) and Chatbot Subcomponent (botcomponent).

 

The OData filter clause would look like this:

 

bot_botcomponent/any(o:o/botid eq '2e65b370-0258-47d3-805a-a7a9ed6bd2bd') and createdon ge '2022-11-30'

 

 

For bots created in the new unified authoring experience (now in public preview), you indeed need to filter based on the many-to-one relationship (parentbotid).

 

The OData filter clause would look like this:

 

_parentbotid_value eq '5b1383be-76ce-40c3-ac45-e09ca5961b4a' and createdon ge '2022-11-30'

 

 

You can learn more about OData and syntax for the Dataverse Web API here: Query data using the Web API (Microsoft Dataverse) - Power Apps | Microsoft Learn

 

 

 

Thank you very much, I'll give this a go. 

May I please ask, where I would find those IDs referenced? I can see 3 similar formatted numbers, as either 'Environment ID', 'Tenant ID' or 'Bot app ID' via the details section of PVA

HenryJammes
Copilot Studio
Copilot Studio

It's actually a different ID.

The bot id is the one for the Dataverse bot record. You can find in the PVA URL when editing a bot in the PVA portal.

E.g. https://web.powerva.microsoft.com/environments/c53bf002-7923-4d1c-b5ae-3265093d59e1/bots/2d3aae11-a9f8-4796-abdc-99f6a84c0f6c

Thank you so much for the prompt reply, I'm utilising PVA for Teams. I don't suppose there's a way to find that within Teams?
I've had a quick look online and can't see any supporting articles online to find this, I've checked the dataverse tables it's blank (so I'm not very hopeful)

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Just found it! Looks like it can found under 'chatbots' and 'SchemaName' 

Tested and working with your OData filter clause. Thank you very much

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HenryJammes
Copilot Studio
Copilot Studio

Great to read - indeed it might be easier to filter on the bot name or schema name instead of the botid in Dataverse for Teams 🙂

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