Dynamically Populate Polymorphic Lookup Value in Power Automate without using Condition Step

In my previous post, I have described how to populate Owner value dynamically in Power Automate. The trick I used in that post only works for the Owner lookup though and not for polymorphic lookups. And the reason why is because if you are using the Dataverse/Common Data Service (current environment) connector, there is only one input parameter for the Owner column unlike  for polymorphic…

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Dynamically Populate Polymorphic Lookup Value in Power Automate without using Condition Step

In my previous post, I have described how to populate Owner value dynamically in Power Automate. The trick I used in that post only works for the lookup though and not for polymorphic lookups.

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