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RV_KONDRA
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Power automate to copy files from one drive to different share point folders in different sites based on filename content

Hi all, i am trying to build a flow to copy excel files from one drive to share point folders which are located in different share point sub sites.

I am trying to use switch function but all files are going into only one folder in a sub site that i included under default branch of switch control.

Please see below the flow.

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Regards,

PW

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RezaDorrani
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Hi @RV_KONDRA 

 

The data returned is encoded.

Try the following.

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The Name property from "Get file metadata" will have your file name so you can use it in Switch.

Note: the Name will also have the file extension.

 

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Hi Riza, thanks for the response. But still, it is copying all files into default branch of the switch control.

Below is how i tried in switch control.

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@RV_KONDRA 

 

When the flow is running, you can check the value of the compose action.

See if that value exactly matches one of the cases that you have provided.

 

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Hi Reza, you are right the excel reports in one drive have below file names. So is it we need to get compose with current date-name of the company - report name.xlsxBW FLOW 4.PNG

 

 

 

Hi Reza, i think it is reading the correct value. Please see below screen shot.

 

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@RV_KONDRA 

 

That is correct, you would need an exact match

 

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Hi Reza, i got for each company 4 to five reports with different dates and report names something like below. So it we need to create 4 to 5 compose expressions?

 

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