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bradleyhorton
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SharePoint list - get changes for an item for file

It seems that when multiple changes are made to a SharePoint item in a short period of time, the 'When an item is modified' trigger only gets triggered once, at the end.

 

To check what has then changed I need to pick up multiple versions of that item within, say, 60 secs before the version that triggered the flow.

 

I don't seem to be able to get this to work properly. Having put in a time and date in ISO8601 instead of a version number the flow is just returning the version of the item from the start of that day, rather than from the time specified.

 

In the second image below, you can see the flow ran successfully and the 'Since' input is a date and time, however this is picking up version 17 whereas I want it to be version 41 (last version before the time specified)

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Has anyone got any suggestions or managed to use a time instead of a version number successfully?

 

Thanks in advance.

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fchopo
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Hi @bradleyhorton 

In which time zone is configured your SharePoint site? In the since version, are you specifying the time in UTC or in UTC+- your timezone?

Regards,

Ferran

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bradleyhorton
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Hey @fchopo 

 

The SharePoint site is set to London time (currently UTC+1 I think as we are in Summer time).

 

SharePoint will show 9:30 but in the flow it will pull through as 8:30. If it sends 9:30 back to SharePoint and that is after the latest version then I'd expect either an error or for it to check for changes to itself?


I had a play about with amending the time but it didn't seem to make a difference, every flow run returned version 17.

 

Cheers

fchopo
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Which date and time shows in version 17?

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bradleyhorton
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Version 17 was created a few days before. I made changes prior to 8:30 too so even if flow is using 8:30 instead of 9:30 I still don't expect to get version 17.

 

Thanks.

fchopo
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Really weird... I'll do some tests on my side and let you know.
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Ferran

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