I use the Create File of OneDrive (for Business). This creates a dynamic name for my file. That one has the current timestamp from a variable at the end.
After that I access that file via Excel online (Business) with the Get Tables.
But when I run it I get BadRequest. That's strange because the file has been created successfully.
Okay so I was thinking that it might be the issue with the dynamic timestamp. And my attempt was kind of true. When I set the name to a static one, it works with the Get Tables. But this is no solution, as I get the 423er error after some runs. So Way saver for me would be the dynamic solution with the timestamp.
You have any idea why I run into the 423er error issue, or why the Get Tables fails, although the file exists?
Solved! Go to Solution.
Works but does not makes sense to me. At the end it accesses the same file. In your case the file is used by reference. Anyway not good to just give the useless error message of BadRequest.
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