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rarroyo1
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Rich Text SharePoint Column to HTML Table

I am trying to create an HTML table from an array whose "Definition" element is populated from a rich text SharePoint column, but the tags are not intrepreted.   Can anyone think of a way to make this work without using plain text?

 

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rarroyo1
Helper I
Helper I

I found the solution.

 

After Creating the HTML table that contains Rich Text add a compose action with the following to replace the textual tags to actual html tags

 

replace(replace(replace(body('Create_HTML_table'), '&lt;', '<'), '&gt;', '>'), '&quot;', '"')

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v-bacao-msft
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Hi @rarroyo1 ,

 

Please check this article and see if it helps:

https://alextofan.com/2019/02/14/flow-how-to-change-the-style-of-your-html-table-in-flow/

 

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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rarroyo1
Helper I
Helper I

I found the solution.

 

After Creating the HTML table that contains Rich Text add a compose action with the following to replace the textual tags to actual html tags

 

replace(replace(replace(body('Create_HTML_table'), '&lt;', '<'), '&gt;', '>'), '&quot;', '"')

Thanks for this. 

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