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Flow loads correct data only on third run


As we found out in this topic there are no possible ways to work with Excel files dynamically in flow, so I had nothing to do but to try to create manually at least one Excel master file for each user.
But then I met new trouble. Here is the example of my Sharepoint list data:
I filled it mostly with 0 for 2020 to see the difference more clearly. And here is my flow for filling Excel master file from Sharepoint list:
I get items from sharepoint list, fill master file with it, then copy it to a new file and share download link with user.
But here's what I get from running this flow in powerapps. First time I try to get Excel file with 2019 data it is loaded correctly:
Then I try to get data for 2020, but it loads data for 2019 once again. I try once again and get something like this:
Flow loaded only the half of the 2020 data. And only on the third run it loads all the data correctly.
I checked the master file on the second run (the original file, not the copy) and it is filled right, so i presume the "Get file content" action somehow catch the master file when it's not filled completely yet. I tried to add 10 seconds delay before getting content, but it did nothing. I can't add bigger delay because flow run is already taking too much time. 

Any help would be appriciated. Thank you

Solution Sage
Solution Sage

Hi @APlokhova ,

You have post the same case below:

Please check the reply there.

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Zhongys

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