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SandraTibbs
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Update SharePoint Content After copying to New Folder

I created the power automate below to copy a file from one list to another.  After I do the copy, I want to update two fields for this item in its new document list;  the Policy Number and the Version Number.  I can get the data from the original file but I am not sure how to call the file that I just created in the automation to update the item in the new document list.  Any idea how to do this would be helpful.

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SandraTibbs
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After my copy statement I did the following and it worked.  I had to use the ItemID number from my copy section to link the file to the new document to update the file data.

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ChristianAbata
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hi @SandraTibbs  the only way to undate metadata from sharepoint file is using HTTP request.\

Here you can find a way: User guide to using the SharePoint REST API in Power Automate for no-code developers (sharepains.com...



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SandraTibbs
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After my copy statement I did the following and it worked.  I had to use the ItemID number from my copy section to link the file to the new document to update the file data.

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