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Kudo Commander
Kudo Commander

Get Content using PATH does not recognize ParseJson "link" from MS Forms Uploaded file

Below ParseJson OUTPUT is not recognized by Get Content using PATH (Sharepoint)
But if the ParseJson OUTPUT does not include this portion ' &action=default&mobileredirect=true '  then the Get file Content using PATH works perfectly
I just found out now that file types JPG, PDF when uploaded to MS Forms result in a ParseJson  "link"  that does not have the &action=default&mobileredirect=true  appended to the full path (link)
But MS Forms uploaded file types xlsx, docx  when used in ParseJson , will result in "link" that has this annoying &action=default&mobileredirect=true   which in turn the Get Content Using Path (sharepoint) cannot use (e.g. FILE not found 404 error)
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @JenVitug,


Please try to use the Get file content action of OneDrive for business to get the file content:

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You could refer to this post:

Solved: Working with files from the Forms "File Upload" qu... - Power Platform Community (microsoft....


Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Lin Tu
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Kudo Commander
Kudo Commander

hi @v-litu-msft ,


I've tried using get content using path (for One Drive)  but it does not work because my  MS Forms was created from inside the SharePoint Site "Create New FORMS"   and not directly created from the MS Forms itself 😞




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