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Kevin_Maxwell
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Import data from SharePoint list to Collection

I have a Collection called "Beneficiary_Collection" which it has the following columns:

 

  • First_Name
  • Last_Name
  • Date_of_Birth
  • Gender

I have a SharePoint list called "Beneficiary" which it has the above mentioned columns as well as other columns. I need to map each column and import the data/rows from SP (Beneficiary) list to Collection (Beneficiary_Collection). I have tried Collect with ShowColumns function. It does create new columns instead of adding to the existing columns. Is there any way to map columns?

 

 

Thanks,

Kevin

 

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