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Hi, Newby alert.

 

I have created a custom connector  with an Action wrapping an API that converts an Html string to a PDF. The API returns a byte array which the action is returning as a base64 string. I need to decode this so that it can be used in the next step, a Sharepoint CreateFile.

 

Can someone point me how to do this as it really isn't clear.

 

Russell

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There is a FLOW function called base64ToBinary which will convert a base64 encoded string back to binary.



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There is a FLOW function called base64ToBinary which will convert a base64 encoded string back to binary.



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Hi.

 

That is great it does do the job but as far as I can see I have to put the expression in the next step. Is there a way of embedding it in the custom action?

 

Russell

Sorry, I'm not an expert on custom connectors so I don't know how you might leverage the function inside the custom connector action.



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