To set the context. I have a powerapp in which users can ''add sp libraries to their libraries'' -- these are stored in a SP list containing each users saved document libraries.
This is done because a user wants to send documents anywhere he needs them in SharePoint. This works all and well until users want to move a file to a folder within a document library.
Taking the hyperlink from the folder results in a url such as:
doesn't work. It will result in an error in the flow when copying the file ( checking existance of target location on https://domain.sharepoint.com/:f:/s/SUBSITENAME/EseqovjN7sVAqh8YuOsuBZsBq8Rm1xwvbzND12J59OOcRw?e=5zX... has failed because of error: The system cannot find the file specified. ) (Yes these links are different and were taken from different flow runs, however don't bug me about it just trust me i was too lazy to find the 2 right links after editing this a million times)
If i simply let the user enter the url:
https://domain.sharepoint.com/sites/subsitename/foldername sharepoint will translate is into a same link with :f/s -> resulting in the same error
Then i read about %2f so I tried https://domain.sharepoint.com/sites/subsitename%2ffoldername but also no result. the error produced is the same however the url is formatted as such in the error: https://domain.sharepoint.com/sites/subsite/foldername
The most annoying part about all of this is, i can take ANY of the url's from the error's and i can navigate towards them... why can't flow ?
I hope this drawing helps out a bit. it visualizes a bit what im trying to say.1. the window where users enter details of their personal libraries
2. the list containing libraries
3. dropdown menu where a library is selected, loaded from before mentioned list
4. interactions the user has.
Now my only question is, what can I enter in the 'Bibliotheek URL' to send documents via this process to (sub)folders in document libraries?
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