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I've a lookup activity with gets value from a container within a blob. I have a foreach activity which is connected to the lookup activity

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and under settings it has the value:


I've another copy activity which runs within this foreach activity. It copies data from cosmos DB to Azure Data Lake.
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This is the query in the source dataset:

select c.Tag, data.assetTag, data.timestamp, data.jsonVersion, data.messageType, data.speed from c join data in c.data

where (data.speed>  item().speed_Value) AND

(data.timestamp >= '@{formatDateTime(addhours(pipeline().TriggerTime, -1), 'yyyy-MM-ddTHH:mm:ssZ' )}' 

AND data.timestamp < '@{formatDateTime(pipeline().TriggerTime, 'yyyy-MM-ddTHH:mm:ssZ' )}')

I get an error as I run this pipeline:


    "errorCode": "2200",

    "message": "Failure happened on 'Source' side. ErrorCode=UserErrorDocumentDBReadError,'Type=Microsoft.DataTransfer.Common.Shared.HybridDeliveryException,Message=DocumentDb operation failed: Message: {\"errors\":[{\"severity\":\"Error\",\"location\":{\"start\":231,\"end\":235},\"code\":\"SC2005\",\"message\":\"'item' is not a recognized built-in function name.\"}]}\r\nActivityId: *redacted*, documentdb-dotnet-sdk/1.21.1 Host/64-bit MicrosoftWindowsNT/6.2.9200.0.,Source=Microsoft.DataTransfer.ClientLibrary.DocumentDb,''Type=Microsoft.Azure.Documents.BadRequestException,Message=Message: {\"errors\":[{\"severity\":\"Error\",\"location\":{\"start\":231,\"end\":235},\"code\":\"SC2005\",\"message\":\"'item' is not a recognized built-in function name.\"}]}\r\nActivityId: redacted, documentdb-dotnet-sdk/1.21.1 Host/64-bit MicrosoftWindowsNT/6.2.9200.0,Source=Microsoft.Azure.Documents.Client,''Type=System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException,Message=Exception from HRESULT: 0x800A0B00,Source=,'",

    "failureType": "UserError",

    "target": "Copy Data1"


It is saying the item is not a built-in function name. I want to use a value from the foreach activity to query the source.

Furthermore, here is my dynamic filepath content

@concat('test_', item().speed, '.csv')

I get the desired dynamic file structure with this expression if I am using static values in the query like:  data.speed> 500

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It's an easy one, small mistake from your end, just use  this command where (data.speed> @{item().speed_value}) instead of where (data.speed>  item().speed_Value)

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