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Phineas
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Power Apps V2 - Again

For those who have helped me in the past I beg your patience.

I am still struggling mightily to under how to make Power Apps V2 work for me.

I have a Power Apps with an attachment upload screen.

I am using Power Apps V2 for the first time, to upload attachments to an SP Library.

I managed to get bits and pieces of meta data to the library put I can't view attachment when I open.

Goal:
Use Power Apps V2 Create File to upload document, and an Update file (properties only) to append 'Client ID', 'Document Name', 'Attachment Comment' from the Power App screen to the attachment/item being uploaded.

SP Library -

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Power App Screen -

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Power App Submit Button Formula -

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My flow -

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The error is because you have 5 string parameters and one file parameter but supply 4 text values and one file value.  you need to specify the same number of parameters as you define in the flow.

 

Part of the problem may be that you aren't saving and refreshing the flow in Power Apps between making changes.  The intellisense in Power Apps shows 4 text parameters when you've defined 5f and doesn't show the file parameter at all. Anytime you make a change to the flow you need to save it and then refresh it in Power Apps.



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You are still using Document type for the file name when creating the file. You won't be able to open the file if it doesn't have a file extension that matches the contents of the file.  Your document name doesn't have an extension. Also your run line has 4 strings, but 5 text parameters are defined in the flow. I've already pointed out that the run() has to match the actual parameters you define. Yours don't



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For the ContentBytes value in the File record you are sending do not use JSON() to process the image.  Just reference the file in the attachment control directly.  Here's an example from one of my apps. In this case I'm only sending the first file in the attachment control.

 

UploadFile.Run(First(AttachmentControl.Attachments).Name,
  {file: {name: First(AttachmentControl.Attachments).Name,
  contentBytes: First(AttachmentControl.Attachments).Value}})

 



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Thank you.

How do I write the other fields in to the formula?

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The first parameter is just a string so Label15.Text will work for that.  Other than that what do you mean by the other fields in the formula?



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Trying to get all this in but can't get the language correct.

Top of code window has -
Run(text, text_1, text_2, text_3, text_4) | text: Input

This is the code I'm trying -
UploadClientDriversLicenseDocumentsFlow.Run(
{text_1: Upload_Client_ID_Fld.Text,
text_2: Label15.Text,
text_3: TextInput1_3.Text,
text_4: Label1.Text,
{text: {name: First(Client_Attachments_Control_2.Attachments).Name,
contentBytes: First(Client_Attachments_Control_2.Attachments).Value}});

My flow -

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Pstork1
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The parameters in the flow trigger need to match what you are submitting. You've got 5 string parameters, but your code is submitting 4 text parameters and a non-standard JSON record. The last parameter needs to be of type file and use the keyword file: not text: 

 

You can't send a JSON record other than specific types like {file:...} as a parameter.  



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I am still unsure on the structure or how to interpret your clarification completely.

I've updated the formula to the following, and I am getting an error at the end. Say 'The formula contains CurlyClose where ParenClose is expected. 

UploadClientDriversLicenseDocumentsFlow.Run(
{Input: Upload_Client_ID_Fld.Text,
ClientID: Label15.Text,
AttachmentComments: TextInput1_3.Text,
ReprenstingDocument: Label1.Text,
file: First(Client_Attachments_Control_2.Attachments).Name,
contentBytes: First(Client_Attachments_Control_2.Attachments).Value}});

Phineas
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I've been at this for three days, across three or four forum folks, and still can't get it.

I've watched this video 10 times. I can't figure out how to incorporate his work into mine.
          https://youtu.be/yDRzgl9JysU

He's sending an email; I'm trying to upload attachments. Not exactly the same, which makes it difficult for me to translate.

If you could help me with the 'actual' writing of the code - as much as I appreciate the guidance and words of wisdom, that would be great.

I've re-written my code a hundred times and haven't gotten it right.

Admittedly, I have some cognitive limitations, but I've come a long way.

Pstork1
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The file parameter needs to be passed as a JSON record.  You are missing the opening { for the record. That's why you are getting the error.  Also the string parameters don't have keywords. They are identified by their position in the list. It should be

 

UploadClientDriversLicenseDocumentsFlow.Run(
Upload_Client_ID_Fld.Text,
Label15.Text,
TextInput1_3.Text,
Label1.Text,
{file: First(Client_Attachments_Control_2.Attachments).Name,
contentBytes: First(Client_Attachments_Control_2.Attachments).Value}});

 



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See my response above where I've added the missing brace { to your code.



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Thank you, for your patience and assistance.

I placed the following in the submit button and got the following error -

     'Invalid argument type (Record). Expecting a Text value instead."

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Pstork1
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Did you add a File type parameter as the fifth parameter like you had in the earliest screenshots? The error says you are trying to pass the file type parameter to a text parameter.  Can you provide a screenshot of the current trigger?



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Are you meaning here, circled?

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Also, I am seeing that maybe I should have 'varBase64Only' in the SharePoint formula (shown below), and/or maybe in the flow (at the arrow shown above) in order to be able to view the documents.

Your thoughts?

UploadClientDriversLicenseDocumentsFlow.Run(
Upload_Client_ID_Fld.Text,
Label15.Text,
TextInput1_3.Text,
Label1.Text,
{file: First(Client_Attachments_Control_2.Attachments).Name,
contentBytes: First(Client_Attachments_Control_2.Attachments).Value}});

Pstork1
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As I explained in an earlier reply you can't send the file content as a text string. You have to send it as a  file record. To do that the parameter needs to be created as a file parameter not a text parameter. What you have circled is a text parameter.

 

And no you don't need VarBase64 if you send the file as a file record you will have the right file contents to make it viewable. 



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Yes, sir; Though, I still can't quite translate your instructions into what to actually do.

That said, I think I'm getting close.

My Library: I finally got all the content in the correct columns, when I test the flow manually from Power Automate -

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My Flow: When I test manually it delivered the above output to the Library.

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My Power App: This is where I'm running into some of the problems. I believe I've got the input order correct; However, I don't know how to finish it. What is the language for the record. This is where all that basetobinary use to go in the old Power App. 

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Pstork1
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The final parameter is a record with a keyword of file: It contains a record that has two properties with the keywords of name: and contentBytes: Name: is a text property and contains the filename you want to use for the file in the flow. ContentBytes is the Value property pulled from one of the files in the attachment control on your screen. The attachment control can hold multiple files, So its a collection/array or files. If you only want to upload one file then you can get the value using first(NameOfAttachmentControl).Value. You can get the current name of the uploaeded file using first(NameOfAttachmentControl).Name. So to pass that as a file record it takes the following record format for the final parameter.

 

{file: {name: {first(attachmentControlname).name, contentBytes: first)attachmentControlname).value}}

 

 



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Power Apps was fine with this - 

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Power Apps didn't like the addition. Also, it wouldn't take attachment language with the last text parameter; I got (Received 6; Expected 5) error.

Error:
'Invalid argument type (Record). Expecting a Text value instead'

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Should the 'FileName' have a default parameter and not one I add - such as 'DocumentType'?

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Pstork1
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As I've said before you need to add a file parameter as the last parameter in the trigger. Your screenshot still shows 5 string parameters and no file parameter. That's why it doesn't like the file: record. there is no file parameter. The filename can be either passed seperately or as the Name: attribute of the file record.



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If I may, pleading through teary eyes and sniveling nose...can you show me what that would look like, please?

 

It ought to be obvious, by now, that I am not understanding this last part.

 

Thank you.

Pstork1
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I'm not sure why you are using the Document Type parameter for the name. I assume that is a mistake.  But assuming you need the rest somewhere in the flow it would look like this

image.png

And the run command would be this

UploadClientDocuments.Run(
Upload_Client_ID_Fld.Text,
Label15.Text,
TextInput1_3.Text,
Label1.Text,
{file: First(Client_Attachments_Control_2.Attachments).Name,
contentBytes: First(Client_Attachments_Control_2.Attachments).Value}});


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