Perform Bound/Unbound Action with EntityType Parameters in Power Automate

In this post, I will explain how you need to populate the entity (or table) type input parameters for some of the bound/unbound actions in cloud flows. That can be a bit tricky when the input parameters are not simple data types (such as string, boolean, etc.). Some of the entity type parameters are expecting an entity object with column values to be created as a new row…

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Perform Bound/Unbound Action with EntityType Parameters in Power Automate

In this post, I will explain how you need to populate the entity (or table) type input parameters for some of the bound/unbound actions in cloud flows. That can be a bit tricky when the input parameters are not simple data types (such as string, boolean, etc.).

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