This Action that executes arbitrary PowerShell.
This is effective for processing that would be difficult to handle with actions alone, but because it involves entering the program code itself, it is recommended that it be used only minimally in environments used by non-systems engineers.
However, complex conditional expressions are too large to be built with actions, so there are cases where code is more appropriate.
How to use
Drag "Run PowerShell script" from "Scripting" under "Actions".
PowerShell code to run
Specifies the PowerShell code to execute.
Power Automate Desktop variables are available in this (enclose the variable name in %).
The basic form is then to output the result with Write-Output() and receive it in the Variables produced PowerShellOutput.
In this example, the result is the Power Automate Desktop variable (NewVar) plus 5.
It is possible to read the value of a Power Automate Desktop variable.
However, it is not possible to set the value in reverse (a runtime error will occur).
Stores the result of executing "PowerShell code to run".
The results of PowerShell execution and standard output are stored.
The standard output is set when the code is specified as follows.
This can be used to return calculation results to flow.
PowerShell error output (Write-Error), runtime errors, and syntax errors are set.
In addition to the specified contents, runtime and syntax errors will be added.
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