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JWylie
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Moving Signed files to another folder help

Hi, Currently new to flows and looking for some help in moving files.

I Have a flow setup to select a file when it is created in a specified folder "E-Sign" and then move that file after it has ran through a signing process which then is turned into a PDF. Currently my flow looks like this below.

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My struggle is the flow is currently pulling the "Name" and anything with ".PDF" associated with it. The problem with that is I could upload a non signed pdf and the flow will trigger. The image below shows what the file properties of the pdfs look like. How can I take the "-[Signed]" and have that as the trigger to move the file instead of the ".PDF"?

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Thanks for your help! 

 

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ScottShearer
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@JWylie 

First, can you tell me why you aren't just referencing the File Identifier available to you from Dynamic properties in your Move file action?

Also, you can include a condition before the Move File action that looks at the file name.

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@ScottShearer 

Thanks for your help. I was able to add a condition to target a specific part in the file name to move that file. 

 

Out of curiosity do you know why the run history succeeds and then fails moments later? I will provide the screenshot below  

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Thank you

 

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