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Kyza
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Helper II

FLOW - Get Pager atribute

Hello guys,

I am in middle of the Flow, and I'd need to somehow get the pager value from Active Directory as that is the place where EMP ID is stored.

 

I've found some articles saying it is not synced via AAD Connect, but in Exchange Online you can actually list the information in the address book...

 

Can you think of any way I could extract this using Power Automate?  I need this value just to write it in the SharePoint List.

 

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Kyza
Helper II
Helper II

Thanks for your suggestions guys @fchopo @VictorIvanidze  - I made my own approach using MS Graph as well.

Calling the HTTP Get method for registered app in Azure + synced extensionAttribute... 🙂 It is basically the same concept you have posted, but made a little bit more simpler.

 

Thanks guys and have a nice holidays 🙂 

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VictorIvanidze
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I think the only way to do what you want is using GRAPH request.  You need to use a premium connector though.

fchopo
Super User II
Super User II

Hello @Kyza 

As @VictorIvanidze mentioned, you could use a Graph API call to get some contacts' information. You can have a look at this excellent article on how to call Graph API using Power Automate: Calling Microsoft Graph from Microsoft Flow (and other daemon apps) with delegated permissions (laur...

 

But if you look at the attributes returned by the Get Contact Graph API method: Get contact - Microsoft Graph v1.0 | Microsoft Docs no pager attribute is shown unfortunately.

 

So I don't think it is possible to use Power Automate to return the pager attribute yet.

 

Hope it helps!

Ferran

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Hi @fchopo,

please look here:

msgraph_pager.png

 

fchopo
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Super User II

You're right @VictorIvanidze and thanks for sharing! (I was not using the beta version 😅)

Therefore, @Kyza you could solve it following the process of calling Graph API from Power Automate, using the URL shared by @VictorIvanidze 

Hope it helps!

Ferran

 

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Kyza
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Thanks for your suggestions guys @fchopo @VictorIvanidze  - I made my own approach using MS Graph as well.

Calling the HTTP Get method for registered app in Azure + synced extensionAttribute... 🙂 It is basically the same concept you have posted, but made a little bit more simpler.

 

Thanks guys and have a nice holidays 🙂 

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