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Anonymous
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SharePoint - Power Automate move file from one library to another NOT deleting source file

Hi,

 

Flow setup to move file from one SharePoint library to another is not working as expected - this copies the file and NOT deleting the file from source folder.

This was working fine until 2 days back.

Anyone else is facing this issue with Move action?

 

Any help would be much appreciated.

 

Thanks,

Nowshad

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jinivthakkar
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@Anonymous what is the error ? please share screenshots.

Anonymous
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There is no error. Workflow runs successfully, but it is not removing the moved document from source folder.

 

Thanks,

Nowshad

jinivthakkar
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous just see the flow history, select any one instance you should be able to see the inputs and outputs at each action. Only debugging will help.

Anonymous
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I think I was not clear before. I have checked the history and input/output everything looks correct and no error.

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