If a user is missing some data (in this case, a list of groups they’re a member of (“MyGroups”)), I want to show them a message telling them to go complete it.
The debugger shows that this user is missing this data:
I put the formula COUNT(data.MyGroups) into an alert and it returned 0.
But when I use an IF condition COUNT(data.MyGroups)==0, it continues as though that’s false. It also returns false for COUNT(data.MyGroups)<=0, COUNT(data.MyGroups)!=0 and COUNT(data.MyGroups)===0.
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COUNT(IF(!!data.myGroups, data.myGroups, )) == 0 if you feel like counting.
It’s because of
undefined when there’s no data. The data gets populated before you look at debugger so it looks like valid
 (race to get the data before code execution).
Anyhow might be a more robust idea to directly bind the components visibility property to the formula rather than programmatically show or hide it.
And rather use
IS_EMPTY formula, which handles correctly even if it’s
@Sasu_Makinen, thanks for helping me better understand the race error. Now I know how to check for that more accurately.
I ended up putting a GET records step into the flow and referencing that rather than the data variable to ensure that everything happened in the right order. It worked