Good morning Community,
I am in a bind. I am trying to figure out how to take data from my Office 365 SharePoint list and have it populate a PDF using Microsoft Flow. The form needs to have a specific format with data fields that need to be populated from the SharePoint list. I have figured out the HTML piece, but how do I link specific fields from my list to the specific locations within the HTML in Microsoft Flow?
This appears to be a question about Microsoft Automate rather than PowerApps. Suggest you post this in the MS Automate Community instead where you will likely get a quicker/better response.
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Hi @DanielWilliams ,
Check on below blog to see if it helps:
Hi @DanielWilliams ,
Have you got the time to test with what's inside the link?
To pass the content of SP list from PowerApps to Flow, you can follow my blog: https://www.appliedis.com/newly-released-json-function-for-powerapps/
Here, I have followed the same approach to build this.
If you are interested in a PCF control that directly allows you to print the table content from PowerApps and further print it as a pdf. You can follow my blog to use a PCF control and do that directly without using any flow.
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I have opened up the link and playing with two separate possible solutions. I will reply when I have a possible answer that is going to work with what I am trying to do. Thank you again for all of the feedback.
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