One of the important fundamental parts of Flow development is understanding how to query json. Some data is made available in part of the flow by an action and now you need to get to an element of this data. As a simple example of json we can have data like this: Many people would … Continue reading Query json in Microsoft Flow
In this post I'm looking at 3 major issues with document properties in Word. When you use SharePoint Online and rely on document properties used in document content to be correct. Recently some changes must have been made as the updates that you make in a SharePoint library form appear in document preview and my … Continue reading Document Properties in MS Word, 3 major issues?
As the final episode of the Function Library pattern in Flow I'm going to look at error handling. Before I go any further please do review the following posts: Function Libraries in Microsoft Flow - the basics Function Libraries in Microsoft Flow – Calling multiple functions Microsoft Flow – Implementing a Try, Catch , Finally … Continue reading Error Handling with Function Libraries in Microsoft Flow