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OneDrive for Business "Create File" Connector Dynamic Content Not Working

I'm experiencing a weird issue with using the OneDrive for Business "Create File" connector in Microsoft Flow. I'm trying to create and save a simple .html file using some info from a Microsoft Form response. When I'm editing it: The dynamic content with info and data from the Form appears to be presenting just fine. However, after saving it and reentering my Flow: I find all of my dynamic content has reverted to plain-text with the various response body IDs, which isn't at all useful.

 

What I find most perplexing is that I'm using this same data to generate an email, and it persists just fine. Similarly perplexing: The filename dynamic content is preserved, it's only the file content that's lost.

 

I've been trying to save and edit this in different ways, and I've tested dozens of times, but I still keep losing this data. What's going on? Is there a bug with the connector, or am I missing something when using the connector?

 

Link to Imgur Gallery for Reference: https://imgur.com/a/SzNKnGx

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Hello @rmc_sw_sr 

Try to use a full HTML set of tags.

Start with <html><body> then your content </body></html> and see if that changes anything.

Kind regards, John

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