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Power Automate: Avoid Apply to Each for List rows action (DataVerse) - 365 Community

Power Automate: Avoid Apply to Each for List rows action (DataVerse)

If you do not want to use the Apply to Each loop after a Dataverse List rows action you can use the following in a Dynamic Content / Expression box to directly use a field’s value in e.g. Compose action:

first(outputs(‘List_rows’)?[‘body/value’])?[‘apx_fullpath’]

instead of apx_fullpath you can use whatever field name you need for the entity that’s been queried before.

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Power Automate: Avoid Apply to Each for List rows action (DataVerse)

If you do not want to use the Apply to Each loop after a Dataverse List rows action you can use the following in a Dynamic Content / Expression box to directly use a field’s value in e.g. Compose action: first(outputs(‘List_rows’)?[‘body/value’])?[‘apx_fullpath’] instead of apx_fullpath you can use whatever field name you need for the entity that’s been queried before.

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