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Mischa2710
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Update second SharePoint List from first list (Dynamic Approvers)

Hello,

I'm following another great video created by @RezaDorrani on building an approval flow using a dynamic list of approvers.

The only difference is, that I would like to Update the 2nd Sharepoint List with the persons in a new column (Type: Person or Group with multible selections). So I tried it as pictured,

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but I always receives following error message. Can anybody help me, please.

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Michael

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Hey @Mischa2710,

it's requesting the claims, that would be this format:

i:0#.f|membership|<email>

also it expect only one claims per object so instead of:

[
  {
    "Claims": "i:0#.f|membership|<email>; i:0#.f|membership|<email2>"
  }
]

try to bring it in this format:

[
  {
    "Claims": "i:0#.f|membership|<email>"
  },
  {
    "Claims": "i:0#.f|membership|<email2>"
  }
]

 

Best regards
Marvin

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MarvinBangert
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Solution Sage

Hey @Mischa2710 

can you please try using the mail address of this persons? Looks like you try to add the display names of the users, this wouldn't work.

 

Best regards
Marvin

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Unfortunately, also doesn´t work

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Mischa2710
Helper III
Helper III

I could solve it with splitting mail addresses.

Hey @Mischa2710,

it's requesting the claims, that would be this format:

i:0#.f|membership|<email>

also it expect only one claims per object so instead of:

[
  {
    "Claims": "i:0#.f|membership|<email>; i:0#.f|membership|<email2>"
  }
]

try to bring it in this format:

[
  {
    "Claims": "i:0#.f|membership|<email>"
  },
  {
    "Claims": "i:0#.f|membership|<email2>"
  }
]

 

Best regards
Marvin

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Glad that you could fix the problem!

 

Best regards
Marvin

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Mischa2710
Helper III
Helper III

For everybody who has the same problem and to split emails. This is the solution:

Mischa2710_0-1635060362474.png

 

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