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Filter based on number of line items

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GSG

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Hi

I am looking for a solution whereby I can 'filter' based on the number of items in line items array.

I would like the workflow only to continue if there is just the one line item.

Workflow so far is Woocommerce order > Pabbly Data Transformer, and before proceeding with further steps I would like to add the filter noted above.

Thanks for any suggestions or workarounds

Graham
 

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I am looking for a solution whereby I can 'filter' based on the number of items in line items array.
You can use the Code by Pabbly action step to identify the number of line items and as a result, it will show the number of line items that you can use in the filter action step.

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const lineItems = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]; // Example array const numberOfItems = lineItems.length; console.log("Number of items:", numberOfItems);
 

GSG

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hey thanks for your help.

I don't get the same output info as you. Please see attached screenshot. It records output as logs. Am I missing something?
 

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Supreme

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const lineItems = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]; // Example array const numberOfItems = lineItems.length; [B]return[/B]("Number of items:", numberOfItems);

Kindly try passing the return in the last line.
 
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