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Megha-Akash
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Save a downloaded file in a folder whose path is stored in a PowerShell output variable

I downloaded a file and I want to save it in a folder. The path of the folder is in a variable `PowerShellOutput5`

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The file is downloaded and is saved when the folder is explicitly mentioned. But I want to save the file whose path is in a variable. When the above flow is run, the file is not saved. How to achieve this?

 

The URI is taken from `PowershellOutput` and `PowershellOutput2` and this works fine. Only the latter part (path of the folder (`PowershellOutput5`)) doesn't work. 

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Rilsina
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Hi,

 

You can use set variable action to create a variable with your custom file path. Then you this variable to save your file.

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Hope this helps!.

 

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

 

Megha-Akash
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It didn't work. First, I didn't mean that. I already have the value of the path. The folder is dynamically created based on the current month in the flow. So, I cannot specify the full path to the directory explicitly. I already have the full path in the variable `PowershellOutput5` and hence I don't need to set a new variable. Also, I want to download the file with the name received and not any custom name. 

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