I created a flow yesterday evening which monitored a sharepoint shared folder and when a document was modified it copied it over to a folder on dropbox. This seemed to work well for a few tests.
This morning I went to rename to flow (as it was still called 'test') and when editing the flow I got the error "Unable to get property 'parameters' of undefined or null reference". So I deleted the flow and went to create it again.
However when I create a blank flow now I can no longer find the condition when a SharePoint document is modified.
Pleas can you assist.
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To recreate this error, if you follow this template:
I though maybe i could use this template to start, then delete the action and replace it with my own dropbox action, but I can't get that far 😞
There is clearly something going on with the SharePoint Online actions and conditions. See my similar report here: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Community-Feedback/Did-something-happen-to-action-for-creating-f...
The changes that you’re seeing in the SharePoint actions and the existing broken flows are a consequence of an unintentional change. We are investigating a solution at the moment and hope to have a fix within the next few hours. Our deepest apologies for the inconvenience.
Thanks for getting back to me. I'm just in the process of creating the flow again, I though previously that there were some drag and drop options for "File content" inther the Dropbox create file options, maybe im getting this wrong, but what should i enter for "File content*" please?
It's a bit odd, if I start with "Sharepoint when a file is created", the later drop box options give me the boxes to click on for "File content" and "File name". However, if I start with "Sharepoint - when a file is modified" then the dropbox options don't appear for me to click on like they used to:
After a bit of testing I've realised that the option I had been using is still missing, there was an option for "Sharepoint - whan a file is modified" but this is no longr showing:
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