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smorley
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Version number error in Get changes for item or file properties only

Hi Automaters,

 

I have a simple flow

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Throwing an error on the get changes step.

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 Telling me the version number isn't right. Versioning is turned on.

 

I'm feeling it's a syntax error on my part, but any help you could give is appreciated.

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@Jcook - I ended up creating a new library, and now since version 1.0 works fine.  Interestingly, I saved my original as a template, and when I created based on that, it errored out as well.

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Hello @smorley 

 

Can you confirm that that version does exist on that item. You can verify this in SharePoint by clicking on the 3 dots for that item, and clicking version history. Verify that the format is also correct.

 

Are you specifying the Until field in that action as well?


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Hi @Jcook 

 

Yes, versioning is turned on.

 

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No, I'm not specifying Until yet.

 

Hi @smorley 

 

Can you verify the Version for that item. For example:

 

You are saying Version 2.0. Does Version 2.0 exist for that Item?

 

Try 1.0


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Hello @smorley 

 

Sorry I did not see your Picture until now.

 

Please use just whole numbers:

 

Try:

2


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I feel like I'm in a loop, because I've been flipping from 2 to 2.0 or 1 or 1.0 and I get the same error.  

 

I've created this flow and I have another one doing the same

Hi @smorley 

 

The multiple flows could be causing this..

 

How are you triggering the Flow? Are you modifying the file/item in SharePoint? or Are you using the Test button?


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This is the only active flow for this library.  I just reran it on a new document.  Same error.

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@smorley 

 

In the run, could you copy the outputs from your trigger and paste in here.

 

The version Number will be present in this output


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Here you go:

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Hi @smorley 

 

I am unable to replicate this.

The only way I can get this error is if I specify a version that does not exist.

 

Can you try to put the ‘Version number’ dynamic content in the since field.

 


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@Jcook - tried that too, same error message.

@Jcook - I ended up creating a new library, and now since version 1.0 works fine.  Interestingly, I saved my original as a template, and when I created based on that, it errored out as well.

Hi @smorley 

 

Thanks for the update and your solution. Sorry I was not able to assist further, as I was unable to re create the error.


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