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azure logic apps - LogicApp - how to use length to check if collection is empty

In my JSON results, I'm trying to see if a particular object exists, and if it does exist, what is the count. I'm using length expression but it seems to be failing for me with error:

The template function 'lenth' is not defined or not valid.

Here is my Get_Ticket object:

{
    "TicketInfo": {
        "key1": "val1",
        "key2": "val2",
        "key3": "val3"
    },
    "TicketEquipmentInfo": [{
        "EquipKey1": "val1",
        "EquipKey2": "val2"
    }, {
        "EquipKey1": "val3",
        "EquipKey2": "val3"
    }]
}

Here is my expression:

if(contains(body('Get_Ticket'), 'TicketEquipmentInfo'), if(greater(lenth(body('Get_Ticket')['TicketEquipmentInfo']), 0), 'Found at least 1 piece of Equipment', '<leave blank, empty array found>'), '<leave blank, no array found>')

What am I doing wrong? Also open to suggestions to make this expression more efficient without having to modify the logic app design.

question from:https://stackoverflow.com/questions/65832633/logicapp-how-to-use-length-to-check-if-collection-is-empty

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There's a typo - use not lenth but length.


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