currently, I'm struggle a bit with the performance of sharepoint create item and big excelsheets. My users are uploading an excel sheet with x rows into my sharepoint where I'm catching the sheet with the excel connector "Get Tables" and afterwards "List rows present in a table". As next the data should be written into a sharepoint list. As example 1500 rows takes in our environment around 1 Hours and that it's way to long.
I'm searching now a way how I can split my result of ""List rows present in a table" into different seperate results, which I can load with additional paralleles branches of create item into my sharepoint.
Someone have any idee ?
Did you explore this option?
Hope this helps
Ok it looks not so cool but working as expected.
I'm executing "List rows present in table" now two times. First time to get the value of my unknown rows. The secound time I use the top count to catch my limit date. I'm doing max rows minus max rows and then I add my variable with a limit integer. With my variable I can set a hardcoded value for a fix data value. Maybe I find a way to make it more dynamic
Top count experession =
Do someone knows if sharepoint online blocks multiple creation action or create Items blocks itself ? i created now different create item "imports" which catching different rows from my loaded excelsheet. But i'm not able to get as lower 10 min for an import
I believe the limit you are facing is either the Sharepoint API throughput...
...or any other limit related to Power Automate (Actions executions per 5 minutes, Actions concurrent outgoing calls...)
Hope this helps
mm.. I saw some people switched to http request for get items etc. I have not enough experience with it . Is it possible to use it for Import to ? to compare any Speed ?
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