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vader
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OneDrive connector: "Get file metadata user path"

Does anyone have any hints on how to use this?

 

https://imgur.com/a/565OoLK

 

It appears that the trigger can find the file, and it can pass the path to the "Get file metadata using path" but then the file no longer exists?

 

Using "Get file metadata" and passing the Unique ID provided by "When a file is created" also fails

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vader
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Re: OneDrive connector: "Get file metadata user path"

Turns out I wasn't paying close enough attention in this case ;  This behavior appears to have been due to my use of the "OneDrive for Business" connector instead of the "OneDrive" connector, which makes sense as this is an outlook.com account and not a tenant account.

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Re: OneDrive connector: "Get file metadata user path"

This is likely a syntax issue within your trigger and actions. If you could provide an expanded screenshot of your Flow and steps, we could likely better assist you.

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vader
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Re: OneDrive connector: "Get file metadata user path"

From the imgur link:

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v-zhos-msft
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Re: OneDrive connector: "Get file metadata user path"

Hi @vader ,

I have made a test, it works well.

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Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Zhongys

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vader
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Re: OneDrive connector: "Get file metadata user path"

@v-zhos-msft   What about if you put that text file in a folder?

 

So does that mean that folders are not supported?  There is a property called "IsFolder" which is exposed by "Get file metadata", so it seems like folders should be supported

vader
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Re: OneDrive connector: "Get file metadata user path"

Turns out I wasn't paying close enough attention in this case ;  This behavior appears to have been due to my use of the "OneDrive for Business" connector instead of the "OneDrive" connector, which makes sense as this is an outlook.com account and not a tenant account.

View solution in original post

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