I have a flow that converts a Word Document that has been populated from a sharepoint list, into a PDF file. The process appeared to be working up until yesterday and since then, whenever I convert the file, the date values in the PDF file are 1 day earlier that the date values in the Word document.
I need to go live with this flow ASAP and am completely blocked.
Hi @StephCORKING ,
Could you please share a screenshot of the configuration of your flow?
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Here is the flow
The naming convention was not good as I was getting annoyed. Basically, the first update file properties is filling the Word template and library. The second update file properties inserts the date fields as text (this is how i managed to get it to work). After that, I convert the file to PDF and then it is emailed to the employee.
I wonder if it is because I am formatting the date/time to long date (no time) and when it creates the PDF file, it uses UTC instead of local time?
I got stuck on this one for ages. The only workaround I found was to use a text column like you did.
I also had to format the date in the update properties, date as text property to get it to show it correctly in the pdf.
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