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oggiejnr
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Using a Flow to create folders and retention labels in SharePoint Online Document Library

Have been creating a Flow to create folders in SharePoint Online using the Send a HTTP request to SharePoint.

e.g. Flow starts with Input Employee Name.

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Declares a path to create the folders in.

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Creates the folder using Send http request to create a folder.
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All the above works fine.

 

Then I'm trying to see if I can use the Send http request to SharePoint to set the Retention Label.

#Note -this is not a sharepoint classic retention label but the one that comes from the Compliance center labels.

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So the flow doesn't error. But the retention label is not set. 

Is this actually possible?

Am I using the correct uri API?

Does the body look correct?

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

 

 

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Anonymous
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Hello, @oggiejnr 

 

I think the cause is because it is enclosed in single quotes.

I use double quotes.

In Json, 

The sample HTTP is as follows:

HTTPRequestDoublequote.png

 

Reference URL:https://stackoverflow.com/questions/36038454/parsing-string-as-json-with-single-quotes

v-lin-msft
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Hello @oggiejnr,

 

Have you solved your problem? If you haven't solved your problem, you can post your problem and we can continue to help you solve it.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Lin Tu

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Attempted to swap the single quotes for double sorry no changes.

 

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