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Save file to OneDrive



I'm using flow to update another xslx file with xslx file that I get from my attachment mail.


I'm using this file as datasource for Powerapps but I need to manually open the file on OneDrive to be able to refresh the data on Powerapps or it'll show an error : 'unable to convert null object'.


Thanks in advance

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Re: Save file to OneDrive

If you could provide an expanded screenshot of your Flow and steps, and of any detailed error messages you're receiving we could likely better assist you.

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Re: Save file to OneDrive

Hi @Julien1 ,


I want to know if this question is in Flow or PowerApps.

Could you provide more details about the Flow configuration and error message?


If you want to save the attachment contained in the email to OneDrive, please refer to the screenshot below to configure Flow.



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Re: Save file to OneDrive

Hi @v-bacao-msft , @Brad_Groux ,


My question is in Flow, I'm able to store my file to One Drive but when I try my Powerapps app, I get this error :



If I open manually this stored excel first, it'll not show this error.


Thanks in advance,

Regular Visitor

Re: Save file to OneDrive

Any idea on how I can work this out or things that I need to add ? 


Thanks in advance, 


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