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Omi
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Flow to coypy events from one calendar to another calendar

Hi All,

 

I have built one flow to copy events from one calendar to another. This works fine in the developer tenant. When I implemented the same thing in production tenant it is not working. 

 

Please suggest

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JRaasumaa
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Re: Flow to coypy events from one calendar to another calendar


@Omiwrote:

Hi All,

 

I have built one flow to copy events from one calendar to another. This works fine in the developer tenant. When I implemented the same thing in production tenant it is not working. 

 

Please suggest


 

Do you have permissions to access both calendars? Make sure you can write, not just read, from both.

Omi
Level: Powered On

Re: Flow to coypy events from one calendar to another calendar

Hi JRaasumaa,

 

Yes I do have edit permissions.

 

Also something starage has happened. suddenly the flow is throwing error in developer tenant, it is getting failed.

Do you know if there is some change has happened?

Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Flow to coypy events from one calendar to another calendar

Hi @Omi,

 

Could you please share a screenshot of your flow's configuration?

Further, could you please show a bit more about the error message?

 

I assume that you want to copy events from one calendar of Outlook to another calendar of Google, is it true? I have made a test on my side and don't have the issue that you mentioned. My flow's configuration as below:

  • Add a proper trigger, here I use Flow Button trigger.
  • Add a "Get events (V2)" action, specify Calendar id.
  • Add a "Filter array" action, From set to output of "Get events (V2)" action. Click "Edit in advanced mode", type the following formula:
@equals(formatDateTime(item()?['DateTimeCreated'], 'MM/dd/yyyy'), utcNow('MM/dd/yyyy'))
  • Add a "Apply to each", input parameter set to output of "Filter array" action.
  • Within "Apply to each", add a "Create an event" action.

Image reference:29.JPG

The flow works successfully as below:30.JPG

 

 

Please check if you have enough permission to access the two calendars. In addition, please check if the connection to the corresponding action is invalid, if yes, please update the connection to these action.

 

Also please consider take a try to re-create a connection to corresponding action and then check if the issue is solved.

 

Best regards,

Kris

Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
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Omi
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Re: Flow to coypy events from one calendar to another calendar

Hi Kris,

I am copying data from one sharepoint calendar to another.

The trigger is based on one ID then based on teh created and modified item the second list should get updated.

 

Please let me know if you need further information.

 

Regards,

Omi

Omi
Level: Powered On

Re: Flow to coypy events from one calendar to another calendar

Hi Kris,

 

Please find below the flow configuration.

The Flow is created to copy items from one calendar to another.

Below is the first trigger. This calendar’s name is Calendar and we need to copy the items from this calendar to another calendar called Release calendar.

 

Step 2:

To get items from a list called Business CI. This list has all application which we need to copy to the release calendar.

 

 

Step 3:

Then the next step is a condition where in it check the values. If the title of the Business CI list is equal to the business CI value of the calendar then it should create an item.

 

Step 4:

This is again another calendar. Here based on created and modified date the event should get updated.

 

Step 5:

 

Step 6:

In this step again based on the ID of the event of release calendar item will be updated.

Step 7:

 

I am unable to cpy the screenshots.

Omi
Level: Powered On

Re: Flow to coypy events from one calendar to another calendar

The Flow is created to copy items from one calendar to another.

Below is the first trigger. This calendar’s name is Calendar and we need to copy the items from this calendar to another calendar called Release calendar.

Step 2:

To get items from a list called Business CI. This list has all application which we need to copy to the release calendar.

 

 

Step 3:

Then the next s

The Flow is created to copy items from one calendar to another.

Below is the first trigger. This calendar’s name is Calendar and we need to copy the items from this calendar to another calendar called Release calendar.

Step 2:

To get items from a list called Business CI. This list has all application which we need to copy to the release calendar.

 

 

Step 3:

Then the next step is a condition where in it check the values. If the title of the Business CI list is equal to the business CI value of the calendar then it should create an item.

 

Step 4:

This is again another calendar. Here based on created and modified date the event should get updated.

 

Step 5:

 

Step 6:

In this step again based on the ID of the event of release calendar item will be updated.

Step 7:

tep is a condition where in it check the values. If the title of the Business CI list is equal to the business CI value of the calendar then it should create an item.

 

Step 4:

This is again another calendar. Here based on created and modified date the event should get updated.

 

Step 5:

 

Step 6:

In this step again based on the ID of the event of release calendar item will be updated.

Step 71.png2.png3.png4.png5.png6.png7.png

Omi
Level: Powered On

Re: Flow to coypy events from one calendar to another calendar

The Flow is created to copy items from one calendar to another.

Below is the first trigger. This calendar’s name is Calendar and we need to copy the items from this calendar to another calendar called Release calendar.

Step 2:

To get items from a list called Business CI. This list has all application which we need to copy to the release calendar.

 

 

Step 3:

Then the next s

The Flow is created to copy items from one calendar to another.

Below is the first trigger. This calendar’s name is Calendar and we need to copy the items from this calendar to another calendar called Release calendar.

Step 2:

To get items from a list called Business CI. This list has all application which we need to copy to the release calendar.

 

 

Step 3:

Then the next step is a condition where in it check the values. If the title of the Business CI list is equal to the business CI value of the calendar then it should create an item.

 

Step 4:

This is again another calendar. Here based on created and modified date the event should get updated.

 

Step 5:

 

Step 6:

In this step again based on the ID of the event of release calendar item will be updated.

Step 7:

tep is a condition where in it check the values. If the title of the Business CI list is equal to the business CI value of the calendar then it should create an item.

 

Step 4:

This is again another calendar. Here based on created and modified date the event should get updated.

 

Step 5:

 

Step 6:

In this step again based on the ID of the event of release calendar item will be updated.

Step 71.png2.png3.png4.png5.png6.png7.png

Omi
Level: Powered On

Re: Flow to coypy events from one calendar to another calendar

Hi Kris,

 

Please let me know if you were able to find any thing on the flow issue.

 

Regards,

Omi

Omi
Level: Powered On

Re: Flow to coypy events from one calendar to another calendar

Hi Kris,

 

Now in the flow create item has started working but update item is not at all working.

 

Please suggest.

 

Regards,

Omi

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