I connect to Sharepoint to move files into an Azure blob. This was working fine until one of the users changed the structure of Sharepoint.
Site Address: https://companyname.sharepoint.com/marketing/
This is fine because this worked before
Library Name: Marketing Analytics/OldFolder/OldSubFolder/
This is now not working and Im getting the error. But this is definitely the new file structuree, The only thing I can think of is that they have a space in Marketing Analytics. Could this be the problem.
Its frustrating because it definitely worked before when it was /OldFolder/OldSubFolder
If anyone can help that would be great
Thanks in advance
Could you share screenshots of your Flow configuration and details of the SharePoint library?
Could you provide a specific error message?
You could try to reconfigure the related action or entire Flow according new library Name.
Please provide more details and we would provide proper workaround for you.
And here is the full flow showing where the error is
And the error is
By putting it back to how it was and checking that this still works. Im unsure what you mean in Point one though.
Ok here is the issue. If you add Sharepoint Get Files (Properties only) you only get Site address and Library Name
I went into the lowst folder in Sharepoint and Created a flow that would automatically connect and did a simple email task and I get this
Here you get the folder but the above task you only get Library Name. Is something wrong here? I need to add the folder to Get Files (Properties only) but where is the folder option?
I think I was misled by before, and the Library Name is Marketing Analytics.
"Marketing Analytics/OldFolder/OldSubFolder/" seems to be just folder.
It seems that you want to move the files in this folder path.
It is impossible to specify a folder in Get files action.
You could use Get files action first, then use Filter array to filter the files in the specified folder path.
Then use the contents of the Filter array output to configure the following action.
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