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Sharepoint connector "Id"

Hi,

 

I am looking for something to identify a file on Sharepoint with to store in Dynamics. "File identifier" is the filnename and relative path, i.e. if you rename the file the "File identifier" changes. "Id" is an integer and after some minor testing it seems to be static to the file regardless if you rename it. Can "Id" be used to identify a file across a Sharepoint site or is it only in a folder?

 

Thanks!

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Re: Sharepoint connector "Id"

Hi @MS2,

 

Id is unique identifier of file for specific document library. Same is it for list items in SharePoint. So if you move file between doc libraries the ID will change.

But if you will work in one doc library (there can be created many folders/subfolders inside one library) the ID will be same.

 

Hope this helps you.

P.

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Super User
Super User

Re: Sharepoint connector "Id"

Hi @MS2,

 

Id is unique identifier of file for specific document library. Same is it for list items in SharePoint. So if you move file between doc libraries the ID will change.

But if you will work in one doc library (there can be created many folders/subfolders inside one library) the ID will be same.

 

Hope this helps you.

P.

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