I am building flow to read content of word or pdf file and analyze it further using Text Analyics service. I am not able to read content of word file using getFileContent, it is not returning me actual content of file which can further act as input to Text Analytcs service. Please help.
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Hi @SamirPathak ,
I have made a test on my side, and I afraid that there is no any way to get file content with plain text from a Word document.
Dynamic content- File Content of "Get file content" action would return a binary text representation of the file, there is no suitable way to analyze the binary content within Microsoft Flow currently.
If you would like this feature to get file content with plain text from a Word document to be added in Microsoft Flow, please submit an idea to Flow Ideas Forum:
Thanks , Yeah I observed same. Trying to find method to convert binary to text. if not will submit idea soon.
observed another error while passing output of getFileContent to text analytics service to generate key phrases, attached here, please see if it make any sense.
Hi @SamirPathak ,
The content needed here is Text, but the obtained File content is the already encoded content, and there is currently no suitable method to decode through Flow.
In addition, the content of the file displayed here seems to be too large, so there is no way to analyze it.
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