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Mgodby
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Why does SharePoint's "get file content using path" not return the same thing as OneDrive's "get file content using path"

I'm trying to read through a csv file and it was decided we move to a sharepoint site instead of OneDrive. The issue is how the "get file content using path" for sharepoint doesn't return the correct kind of data from my csv file.

 

This is what it looks like when I'm using OneDrive, this is what I want:

onedrivepathcontent.png

 

Whereas SharePoint returns this, which I cannot use.

sharepointpath.png

Does anyone know if there is a way to fix this? I don't get why they return different data type. Aren't they basically the same action but just pulling from a different place?
Thank you.

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Mgodby
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Never mind, solved it. My initial trigger that runs when a file is added to my share documents has a return called "file contents" that has the correct format for my data. 

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Mgodby
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Helper V

Never mind, solved it. My initial trigger that runs when a file is added to my share documents has a return called "file contents" that has the correct format for my data. 

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