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Create an array to store a specific column from output of SharePoint-List folder-Body

This is my scenario:

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The output of Compose_2 looks like this, they are the outputs of SharePoint-List Folder-Body:

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What I want to do is to store those object's "Name" column to an array, and then add a row into an excel in which there is a "File" column for storing the data in that array.

 

The current output of compose_3 looks like this:

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But I want to store the "Name" column of all the objects in the output of Compose_2.

 

Any recommendation would help, thanks!!

 

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Re: Create an array to store a specific column from output of SharePoint-List folder-Body

 

Hi @BellaShiu ,

 

You could use the array variable instead of Compose.

 

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Community Support Team _ Barry
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Re: Create an array to store a specific column from output of SharePoint-List folder-Body

 

 

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