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Advocate IV
Advocate IV

SharePoint file connector to on premise - bad gateway

  • If I attempt to connect to a SP2013 on premise SharePoint site using file connectors, I am getting a bad gateway error.
  • If I do the same thing with an item connector, it connects without any issues.
  • Same ID/connector for both actions.
  • Enterprise data gateway has been upgraded to the latest version.

 

Thoughts on what the issue might be or next steps I should try?

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Advocate IV
Advocate IV

Well, after a lot of frustration I decided to just type in a custom value for the path to the library I wanted to monitor, and that worked. I don't believe this is an issue with the infrastructure or data gateway as the "item" connectors don't have the same problem, just "file" actions. Is this a bug with working on premise? I don't believe I had this same issue previously.

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Helper II
Helper II

Someone told me to refresh conecctions in settings, maybe it works for you.

Advocate IV
Advocate IV

Well, after a lot of frustration I decided to just type in a custom value for the path to the library I wanted to monitor, and that worked. I don't believe this is an issue with the infrastructure or data gateway as the "item" connectors don't have the same problem, just "file" actions. Is this a bug with working on premise? I don't believe I had this same issue previously.

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@Dalyla Sorry I don't follow on how to refresh the connection? I just created the connector last week. I can try to create another one and see if the issue persists.

@Hayes3d  they say in flow, Data, Connections, there are your connections, if there is a troubled one, there is a button to refresh connections. I didn't see it, but I don't know if is, because my connections are ok. Just check it 🙂

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@Dalyla I tried to refresh and it didn't resolve anything. I even deleted it and created a new one, same issue. For whatever reason the File connectors for SharePoint have some sort of issue with loading the libraries that are part of the site. But if I put in the path to the library as a custom value it works.

I had the same issue, but I was using REST-API and I solved with a header.

"X-RequestDigest": "$(\"#REQUESTDIGEST\").val()"

 

This make you have the same connection without asking sing in or session variables.

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