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Advocate II
Advocate II

Fill columns with information for a folder in a sharepoint list

Hello, good afternoon.
I have a flow where I am creating items inside a folder and filling information in the columns of a sharepoint list. All this by Send an HTTP request to SharePoint

 
 

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How should the query be to send information to the columns but at the folder level?
I explain it with an image. I filled the columns manually

 

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@elaaadani , you can configure the Send an HTTP request to SharePoint action as per below screenshot, updating folder properties is similar to updating item/file properties

 

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Anna Jhaveri

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@elaaadani , so you want to update the data of columns at folder level? You can use same Send an HTTP request to SharePoint, but before that  you need to get the item ID of the folder. If you dont have item id of the folder, but if you have folder path, you can use "Get folder metadata using path" action to get folder item id.

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Anna Jhaveri

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@annajhaveri  Hi !!!

 

Yes, I want to update the column data at the folder level.
I already have the folder ID, but I don't know how to perform the query so I can update the data in the columns.

@elaaadani , you can configure the Send an HTTP request to SharePoint action as per below screenshot, updating folder properties is similar to updating item/file properties

 

annajhaveri_0-1610090573841.png

 

Regards,
Anna Jhaveri

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Thank you very much for your time and dedication ! It worked perfectly

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