power automate – How to understand the body object properties returned from SharePoint connector actions?

When I perform an Action using the SharePoint connector, in the Flow run area, I can see the Raw outputs that are returned from the Action, for example when using Move file:

{
    "statusCode": 200,
    "headers": {
        // header properties here  
    },
    "body": {
        "ItemId": 50,
        "Id": "%252fMyDocumentLibrary%252fTest%2bdocument_Uploader%2bName.docx",
        "Name": "Test document_Uploader Name.docx",
        "DisplayName": "Test document_Uploader Name.docx",
        "Path": "/MyDocumentLibrary/Test document_Uploader Name.docx",
        "LastModified": "2021-07-06T08:15:56Z",
        "Size": 20922,
        "MediaType": "application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.document",
        "IsFolder": false,
        "ETag": ""{letters-and-numbers},4"",
        "FileLocator": "dataset=letters-and-numbers==,id=letters-and-numbers="
    }
}

Where can I find out what each of those properties refers to, so that I may pass their values to other Actions when required?

For example, if I wanted to update a file’s properties after moving it using Update file properties, the required parameters are:

Name:  Site Address, Key:  dataset  
Example: https://contoso.sharepoint.com/sites/sitename

Name:  Library Name, Key:  table  
SharePoint library name

Name:  Id, Key:  id  
Unique identifier of item to be updated

Name:  Item, Key:  item 
Item with changed properties

Name:  Limit Columns by View, Key:  view  
Avoid column threshold issues by only using columns defined in a view

Which ‘id’ returned from Move file should be passed through to Update file properties?

power automate – Why are field names from a Microsoft Form randomised letters and numbers when retrieving via the Microsoft Forms ‘Get Response Details’ connector?

A Microsoft Form has 4 fields of type:

  • Text
  • File Upload
  • File Upload
  • Choice

The connectors used are:

When I look at the Raw Outputs of this last step in Power Automate, the body returned by Get response details is:

"body": {
    "responder": "me@domain.com",
    "submitDate": "7/5/2021 3:17:56 AM",
    "lots-of-letters-and-numbers-1":  "text string here",
    "lots-of-letters-and-numbers-2":  [{.....}],
    "lots-of-letters-and-numbers-3":  [{.....}],
    "lots-of-letters-and-numbers-4":  "text string here"
}

This makes referencing the specific fields later in the flow difficult because they are represented by some sort of code, rather than the actual field names.

Why are field names from a Microsoft Form randomised letters and numbers when retrieving via the Microsoft Forms ‘Get Response Details’ connector?

And how can I get it to output the actual field names?

Does the iPad Smart Connector have charging functionality?

Does the iPad Smart Connector have charging functionality? – Ask Different

powerbi – Custom connector return an empty string in Power apps

I’m using an API to fetch some data about clients in power apps, and I create a custom connector based in a postman collection, but my return in both platforms is different, in postman I receive an array of objects but in power apps I receive an empty string, what can I do to receive the same value that I receive in Postman?

java – Como resolver critica do SONARqube: Read of unwritten field connector

Em minha classe no método findRecursosMensagem() o SONARqube faz uma crítica, mas não entendi o que deve ser corrigido. Poderiam me ajudar a entender o que deve ser feito?

public class LoginController extends AbstractController  implements AuthenticationProvider, Serializable {
    private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;
        
    @Resource(name = "messageSource")
    protected MessageSource messageSource;
    
    @Inject
    private IntegracaoService integracaoService;

    @RequestMapping(method = RequestMethod.GET)
    public ModelAndView index() {
        return new ModelAndView("login");
    }

    @ResponseBody
    @RequestMapping(value = "/logar", method = RequestMethod.POST, produces = MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON_VALUE)
    public Autenticacao logar(@RequestBody AutenticacaoDMN autenticacao, HttpServletRequest request){
        request.getSession().invalidate();
        autenticacao.setSistema(SISTEMA);
        Autenticacao autenticacaoRetorno = integracaoService.login(autenticacao);
        if (autenticacaoRetorno.isAutenticado()) {
            autenticacao.setIdUsuario(autenticacaoRetorno.getIdUsuario());
            integracaoService.setUserAutenticate(autenticacao, request);
        }
        
        return autenticacaoRetorno;
    }   

    private List<Map<String, Object>>  findRecursosMensagem(){
        Map<String, Object> args = new HashMap<>();
        args.put("chave", "MensagemCovid");
        List<Map<String, Object>> mensagem = null;
        mensagem = connector.findServicoReturnList(args, "lms.radar.usuarioFacade.findRecursosMensagem");
        return mensagem;        
    }
}

mensagem/crítica do SONARqube

graph connector using in pnp search

I am currently using graph connector(https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftsearch/connectors-overview) to connect my O365 Farm with my Network drive. Its working fine when I create a search navigation and use my file share "Content Source". I wanted to check would it be possible to create a search result that filter the result and only whos the files that in my file share. Just to give some context, the reason why I wanted to have search result that is limited to my file share because I wanted to use pnp search to create a page using that new search result

Synapse/Data Factory Sharepoint Online List connector

I have trouble getting the Sharepoint Online List connector in Data Factory to work, I have followed the guide provided by Microsoft on this step-by-step three times: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/data-factory/connector-sharepoint-online-list , but to no luck. I have added all sharepoint site permission in the AAD-app but still getting the following error when I test the connection through the linked service:

Failed to get metadata of odata service, please check if service url and credential is correct and your application has permission to the resource. Expected status code: 200, actual status code: Unauthorized, response is : {“error”:”invalid_request”,”error_description”:”Token type is not allowed.”}.

I have also tried creating an app directly in Sharepoint to to this, still no luck. Any ideas what this problem is?

java mysql connector, CLASS_PATH – Ask Ubuntu

My CLASS_PATH entry in .bashrc is this:
CLASS_PATH=.:/usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk-amd64/lib/mysql-connector-java-8.0.23.jar
export CLASS_PATH

echo $CLASS_PATH shows
.:/usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk-amd64/lib/mysql-connector-java-8.0.23.jar

But the problem is when I execute the java program using -cp (path to jar file), it works, but when I execute without -cp, it throws ‘java.lang.ClassNotFoundException:com.mysql.cj.jdbc.Driver’. Why is that.

Could someone help.

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