The part above works correct but I don't know how to get all the data/rows in another file in SharePoint...
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Also Yash got a good blog about this. Here you can see the schema which you need to use in your JSON Parser.
Hi @ahmadbutt ,
Could you please explain more details about the another file that you mentioned? Is it an existing file before the flow runs?
If it is an existing file before the flow rows, you could use a get file content action to get the file content firstly.
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As you can see in the screenshots; if I fill a Form than I get the (form)row in SharePoint list. After the new row or updated row I want to get all the data form the SharePoint list to a new file. This what I have tried but this only get the new/updated row of SharePoint(Forms);
New file; instead of the updated/ new row I want all the rows of the SharePoint list. See screenshot above... ###
So I want all titel and id-test from the SharePoint list ...now it only takes the new row that is modified.
Thanks for the reply.
Try this please
From the screenshot I can see the create file is inside the loop. Once all the rows are appended then only you need to create the file. So try to add the create file outside the loop. If not I misunderstood your logic so please explain.
Thanks for the reply. Could you please explain why the create file is straight after the append to string variable? It looks like the create file gets executed more than once from the loop.
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