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Add a Row into a Table Using a Local File

I have a flow that takes input from a Form and enters in into a table in Excel. However, I need to save this Excel file into a local drive. The problem is that I need to save the file to an old-school local drive, NOT Sharepoint or OneDrive. Example: 

G:\GROUPS\Field Operations\Small Projects.

 

Is this even possible, or are we locked into a Sharepoint/OneDrive solution?   

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ScottShearer
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You'll want to take a look at the File System connector and the Data Gateway - you'll need both.  I believe that you'll need a premium license to use the data gateway.

Here is a link to documentation on the file system connector.

Here is a link to documentation for the data gateway.

 

 

 

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ScottShearer
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@Anonymous 

You'll want to take a look at the File System connector and the Data Gateway - you'll need both.  I believe that you'll need a premium license to use the data gateway.

Here is a link to documentation on the file system connector.

Here is a link to documentation for the data gateway.

 

 

 

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If you like my response, please give it a Thumbs Up.

Scott

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