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HTTP get to Sharepoint list



In my flow I am getting data from excel using HTTP get method which is working fine but I am not sure how to load those rows into share point list. Here is my flow. Any help would be really appreciated!



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Hi @Gopi2212, is there any particular reason you are using the Get method and the wanting to use an HTTP request to add the rows to the SharePoint list? I ask because I would do it a much simpler way by adding an Excel Online (Business) List rows present in a table action and add a SharePoint Create Item action which will wrap itself in an Apply to each control. That means that an item will be created for every row it finds in the Excel table.


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My excel location will be dynamic. I believe that get rows in excel business will work for static location. In my case, multiple users will upload multiple excel into share point library.. whenever there is an excel it should get the rows and post into SP list.

Can you trigger the flow to start when a new xls is added to the library? Then, you would have the name of the file that was added, store it in a variable and you could use @RobElliott 's solution

Can I use variable in file name? I do not think it will work. I thought file name in below step is static. However, I will try that now.Capture.JPG

If I use "ask in power apps" for file name then it throws error. it will be the same thing for variable also.



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