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I want to build a flow that saves an email attachment (created via word template) on SharePoint.

We use the invoices entity to sent the invoice (debit or creditnote) to our customers.

Invoices are created via a Word template and sent as attachment.

I want to save these attachments on a SharePoint location (or one drive), but the flow blocks on 'file name' contains 'debetnote' - it seems I cannot put 'debetnote' there. Any help?

 

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@Brenda_VD 

Can you try the below?

Mira_Ghaly_0-1603093652288.png

Expression is as below:

indexOf('credit note',variables('filename'))

 

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@Brenda_VD 

What is the error the flow is giving from history and can you please add a complete screenshot of your flow?

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Unable to process template language expressions for action 'Voorwaarde' at line '1' and column '19113': 'The template language function 'contains' expects its first argument 'collection' to be a dictionary (object), an array or a string. The provided value is of type 'Null'.'.

 

this is the error, I think it means I cannot put a simple text in this field: 

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I wanted to indicate 'file name' contains the word 'creditnote'.

 

@Brenda_VD 

Can you try the below?

Mira_Ghaly_0-1603093652288.png

Expression is as below:

indexOf('credit note',variables('filename'))

 

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Great! It works so far...

 

Still have an error on the location to save the attachment.

Do you know if it's possible to let them save the attachment on a  one-drive or SharePoint folder?

@Brenda_VD

Yes of course you can save to sharepoint what is the error u are getting now? 

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