I'm attempting to copy a file in the same library but getting error - Action 'Copy file' failed
Here's the flow
I've got two possible causes
The error shows an incorrect filename as it is missing the '+' signs
Action 'Copy file' failed
To make this flow work, inspect the inputs to this action and ensure they would find the right resource.
This action failed because it tried to access something that does not exist.
The error message from the service is below. This maybe useful for support:
The file DoP No 98_Glasstex_P200x200 R STR IB (UK).pdf does not exist. clientRequestId: 72101f9f-e6f3-43ca-bc66-01f837c5db90
And the file path in the flow is as below
Also the file has 7 managed metadata columns which are preventing me from using the create file using data from "Get File Content".
Obviously all this stems from the lack of functionality to simply rename the file, Not easy for an end user who is processing hundreds of files.
Thats for the reply but I get the same error without any variables. eg I simply use the output as test.pdf and get the same error, the flow team are usually pretty quick to fix though
I had the same issue as well.
I solved it just because my source path wasn't correct so I would definitly check that again.
Also did you fill in the source path yourself? Like the filename with the + and stuff?
You could do some steps before that with get file properties so you can get the Name of the file dynamically.
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