Power Query Odata Filter List Of Items

  1. Power Query Odata Filter List Of Items 2016
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Power Query Odata Filter List Of Items

Hi @BenDaneliuk. Would it be available to filter the SharePoint lists with Condition under Microsoft Flow? Add a condition to a flow. Currently OData filters are not implemented yet by all connectors. See the response from SameerCh in the following thread. ODATA Filters - are these implemente d yet? But the filter query works for SharePoint lists.

Power Query Odata Filter List Of Items

Power Query Odata Filter List Of Items 2016

Hey Animal,You can definitely do this and it's a great idea too for the reason that you mentioned: Server-side filtering is faster, especially when the amount of data in Acumatica is very large.Let's say that I have the following Generic Inquiry in Acumatica. And I want to access that data in Excel.I can use the following URL to access the Generic Inquiry (notice that ALL of the data appears): note in the screenshot above that any spaces in field names get removed by OData so I had to reference VendorID rather than Vendor ID.If I want to only see Mr.

Peter Lai (EP00000022), then I can add some stuff onto the end of my URL like this (note how now only one record is returned): eq 'EP00000022'Maybe I don't want to see Vendors with a Status of Inactive. If that's the case, then I can do this:ne 'Active'Or maybe I have the following Generic Inquiry in Acumatica. Which looks like this in Excel:Now, suppose I want to only show documents that are larger than $2,000. I can do this: gt 2000Note: for Greater Than use gt, for Greater Than or Equal use ge, for Less Than use lt, for Less Than or Equal use le.You can also combine filters. Maybe I want to see all documents than are between $2,000 and $3,000.

Odata Filter Query Sharepoint

I can do this: ge 2000 and DetailTotal le 3000There are more filters available in OData ( ), but as far as I can tell, Acumatica hasn't implemented them yet.