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PowerApps --> Pen Input to Sharepoint

Hi.  This might be a flow question.  I was able to build an app that takes a pen input and convert it into a jpg file that saves to a sharepoint library via flow by following this video below.  I created a collection, do something with JSON, then build a flow around it.

Code:

 

 

Collect(ImageCollection, {Image: SignPen.Image, FileName: Now()&"-"&EmpNumTxt.Text&".jpg"})
Set(ImageToJSON, JSON(ImageCollection,JSONFormat.IncludeBinaryData))
'PowerApp->ParseJSON,Applytoeach,Createfile'.Run(ImageToJSON)

 

To create a new file isn't that bad, I just use DataUribinary(Item(Apply_to_Each)[Image]) in flow.  I figured this would be pretty much the same process to create a new line item in Sharepoint using flow.  However, when I click the create a new item I don't see my picture column.  Anyone have any ideas?

 

Reference video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWP3WE4DZKk

 

However, I'm running into problems going from saving a jpg as a file in sharepoint to saving it in a sharepoint list as an image.  Does anyone have any advice for this?  When I click create item in flow, I don't even see my picture fields.  

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Hi @dyee4614 ,

 

What kind of problems are you running into when trying to save on the SP list?

Are there any errors?

 

Thank you,

Ovidiu

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Hi @dyee4614 ,

 

What kind of problems are you running into when trying to save on the SP list?

Are there any errors?

 

Thank you,

Ovidiu

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