I am trying to build a flow (as you can probably guess):
- Library 1: Master files, in subfolders, modified every once in a while.
- Library 2: Same files, but different folder structure with subfolders and sometimes multiple duplications of the files.
Library 1: When a file is updated, I want it to search through Library 2 and all subfolders and replace the file and all dublications of it with the new version.
I of course started with the easy one, it copies all updates to the destination folder. But I want it to search through the subfolders of the destination folder and replace it there. Is that at all possible? Any ideas would be very much appreciated 🙂
You could following these steps to approach that:
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Thank you for the response!
I have set it up accordingly, but struggle a bit with the "copy file". So in the first steps it takes all information from library 1, but in "copy file" there is no mention of library 2 as destination folder to search through. What am I missing here?
Please refer to the below link
thank you! Unfortunately not, the copying works perfectly, but the challenge is that it should not simply copy the file to a certain main destination folder in library 2, but search through library 2 and all it's subfolders to find and replace the file wherever it can be found.
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