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CRM Dynamics dynamic values to a sharepoint List item.

Passing dynamics value to the component List folder doesn´t work.

I am passing the CRM Dynamics dynamic value to a sharepoint List item.

Some of the fields are coming as string, while others are passed as "GUID".

I selected them from the dynamic content drop down in flow.

Please let me know.

Ana

 

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Hi @AnaG,

 

Could you please share the detailed error message here? If there is no error message, would you please share a screenshot of the issue you encountered?

And if convenient, please also share the corresponding information about the Dynamics 365 entity field and the SharePoint List field.

I will then make some tests from my side.

Also please take a look at the followingTemplate, see if it would help:

When an object is created in Dynamics 365, create a list item

For more Dynamics 365 template, please check:

Dynamics 365 template

 

Regards,

Michael

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
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I am using template 

When a record is creted in CRM, create an list item(in sharepoint)

Certain fields are populated correctky, but other only GUID's are passed to sharepoint fields.

I cannot copy images here, its not allowing me, is there another way to attach image in here.

Thanks,

Ana

 

 

 

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