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GET PDF from API, add to OneDrive for Business.

I have an API that returns a PDF. I want to trigger the GET request and add the result to my OneDrive for Business.

 

Flow Test:

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Flow Expanded:

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HTTP Output:

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Compose Result:

 

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Create File Result:

 

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It generates a file, but not the requested PDF.

 

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Re: GET PDF from API, add to OneDrive for Business.

Hi @CamSims , 

 

Please add the add the file extension in the File Name field.1.png

 

Best regards,

Alice       

Community Support Team _ Alice Zhang
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Helper I
Helper I

Re: GET PDF from API, add to OneDrive for Business.

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When I do that, the resulting file is a PDF, but it gets corrupted. See the error above from Adobe when opening.

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