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Ls1
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Using variable in uri to retrieve permission group users

Hi,

 

I am currently working on a flow that retrieves users from a permission group in sharepoint. Since there are a lot of permission groups I need a flow to manage all those groups.

 

I've gotten so far to extract every 'Title' of the permission groups, turn this into a string variable and use this variable to Send a http request to retrieve permissin group users by name. The flow recognises the variables as you can see in photo 1.

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When the flow gets to the next permission group, it adds that permission group to the previous permission group in the Uri as you can see in photo 2.

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Does anyone know how to avoid this?

I hope I've managed to make in understandable as it may seem a complex construction

 

 

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Re: Using variable in uri to retrieve permission group users

 

Hi @Ls1 ,

 

I am afraid I can't view the image you uploaded here. Could you please upload the screenshot again so that we can analyze the issue?

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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Community Support Team

Re: Using variable in uri to retrieve permission group users

 

Hi @Ls1 ,

 

I am afraid I can't view the image you uploaded here. Could you please upload the screenshot again so that we can analyze the issue?

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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Ls1
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Re: Using variable in uri to retrieve permission group users

 

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