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calvares
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Http request failed as there is an error: 'Cannot write more bytes to the buffer than the configured maximum buffer size: 104857600.'.

So I'm getting this error on SharePoint Get Items. This is because I added a column to my list for a dataUri conversion.

I initially tried to convert the image in the same flow, using a variable, but it was timing out so had to do it with a modify trigger and update the list.

I need the dataUri for images that will appear in a PDF, which probably will be quite a large file.

Is there any way I can get around this issue? 

If I did a filter on Get Items and created a few separate files, is there a way I could amalgamate them?

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poweractivate
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@calvares 

 

If you are dealing with information that is too large to write to or get from SharePoint, you can consider to use something like Azure Blob Storage from Power automate  instead. Here is also overview on setting up Azure Blob Storage

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