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Daniel_Joseph
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Store Planner data as blob in azure

Hi,

I am trying to fetch task details including the bucket from the planner and store it as blob in azure. I was able to achieve this.

I am able to fetch bucket id but I am not able to get the name of the bucket.

I'm not trying to fetch the task details from a single plan but I fetch tasks from all the plans I have in the planner instead.

I'm don't find bucket name in the dynamic expression.

Do we have any work around to fetch the bucket name?
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Community Support Team

Re: Store Planner data as blob in azure

Hi @Daniel_Joseph ,

 

Yes, Bucket Name cannot be obtained through List my tasks action.

We need to use List buckets action to get the Bucket Name.

 

Please refer to the following method to configure Flow to create an item example.

  • Configure List buckets action to get the buckets in the current plan. Click Enter custom value to fill in value Plan Id.
  • Iterate through the Value of List buckets and determine whether value Id-From List buckets are equal to value Bucket Id. If they are equal, the task details are obtained.
  • Finally store task details as blob in azure.

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Hope it helps.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Store Planner data as blob in azure

Hi @Daniel_Joseph ,

 

Yes, Bucket Name cannot be obtained through List my tasks action.

We need to use List buckets action to get the Bucket Name.

 

Please refer to the following method to configure Flow to create an item example.

  • Configure List buckets action to get the buckets in the current plan. Click Enter custom value to fill in value Plan Id.
  • Iterate through the Value of List buckets and determine whether value Id-From List buckets are equal to value Bucket Id. If they are equal, the task details are obtained.
  • Finally store task details as blob in azure.

Image reference:

3.PNG

Hope it helps.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
Daniel_Joseph
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Re: Store Planner data as blob in azure

Hi v-bacao-msft,

 

Thank you for the steps. It was really helpful.

 


@v-bacao-msft wrote:

Hi @Daniel_Joseph ,

 

Yes, Bucket Name cannot be obtained through List my tasks action.

We need to use List buckets action to get the Bucket Name.

 

Please refer to the following method to configure Flow to create an item example.

  • Configure List buckets action to get the buckets in the current plan. Click Enter custom value to fill in value Plan Id.
  • Iterate through the Value of List buckets and determine whether value Id-From List buckets are equal to value Bucket Id. If they are equal, the task details are obtained.
  • Finally store task details as blob in azure.

Image reference:

3.PNG

Hope it helps.

 

Best Regards,




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