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I have a problem with a Flow, where I need to insert a breakline (CRLF) at the end of a line. This is proving difficult in my Flow.
See Flow process below:
How do I add a 'CRLF' at the end of each line?
I have tried <br> - this just outputs "<br>".
Top image is what the Flow does, bottom image is what I want it to do.
Solved! Go to Solution.
It seems that you are trying to start a new line in the created file. Please try to use the HTML break tag <br/> to see if it will work for you.
I have made the following test using flow to try to create a .doc file in File system. It is configured likes below and the created file displays fine.
Hope it could be your reference.
This did not work. It still puts "LF" as the break line. It needs to be 'CRLF' as the break line.
If you manually created a .txt file in Windows Explorer, created a few lines and then opened the document in Notepad ++, you would see that by default it has created CRLF as it's break line.
Flow seems to be placing LF line breaks (Unix) rather than CRLF Breaklines (Windows).
I have an easier solution for you. Probablly would help.
1. Build a new variable(supposedly named "CRLF") using action "Initialiaze Variable"
2. Set the type of this variable as "String"
3. In the value field just place the cursor in it and hit the enter key(Return key).
Now you can use this variable "CRLF" to introduce the line break you are looking for by using concat() expression.
Hope that worked. If so, please vote my reply as the solution.
Unfortunatly, that did not work. Still uses 'LF' endings instead of 'CRLF'
I don't think there is resolution for this until Microsoft change the way "Create File" works for it's output. I am baffled as to why it outputs in a Unix format instead of Windows.
@Dennis1Jung - No solution from Microsoft I am afriad.
Codesoft are useless. An imported file with 'LF' endings crashes the application. Their solution to this problem? - Ensure the file outputs CRLF... (how about, fix your broken application?!)
I have a PowerShell script that monitors a folder and converts the file to CRLF endings if that helps? - It's not the best solution by far, but the only workaround I have.
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