Save whole email in SharePoint library as .eml file using MS Flow and open it outlook

I want to save the O365 email (whole email itself) to SharePoint (online) document library as a .eml file and open up in office outlook.

I have followed the approach given in this url:
How to save outlook office 365 email body in SharePoint Online Document Library using Microsoft Flow?

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/General-Flow-Discussion/Save-email-to-Sharepoint-document-library-full-email/m-p/4440/highlight/true#M995
https://flow.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/outlook-connector-more/
https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/General-Flow-Discussion/Save-email-to-Sharepoint-document-library-full-email/m-p/4440/highlight/true

I have found that the email gets saved in the library, but when I open it from the library (downloading from lirabry using outlook), the file opens but shows no any content (white email screen). The extension of the file is .eml. Can anybody suggest, how can i open this email in outlook with content?

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Since I am forcibly changing the extension, probably content are lost. Note sure. Any Idea?

quantum field theory – What does the Yang-Mills flow and the Yang-Mills QFT tell about each other?

What does the Yang-Mills flow and the Yang-Mills Quantum Field Theory tell about each other?
In general, what does the gradient flow of a Lagrangian functional and the QFT of the Lagrangian functional say about each other? (Beyond, of course, the obvious: that the static solutions to the flow are the solutions to the Euler-Lagrange equations, and thus the stationary points of the action.)

choice field – Simple SharePoint Flow to Send Email Issues

Christy, the problem is that your condition assumes that theNeesUpdating field is a yes/no field. However, NeesUpdating field is simply a text/choice field. So you can’t compare text to the boolean values (true and false).

So, to fix the issue, simply update your Condition to compare with Yes like on the screenshot below:

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Remember, you don’t need any quotes or formula, you simply ned to type Yes in the condition.

azure – wrangling data flow button “done” on datafactory

I am trying to do a wrangling data flow in azure data factory like this example:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LKenBZYZaLA&t=159s

but i dont see the button “done” inside of powerquery window

i configure in settings the “source” and the “sink” but
i cant localize the buttons “Reset” and “Done” in this part.

and when publishing it and running my pipeline I only get an error.

Operation on target TransformaciondeDatos failed: The request failed with status code ‘”InternalServerError”‘.

how can i check this “InternalServerError” of wrangling data flow?

regards.

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network flow – Given an undirected graph describe an algorithm that direct the graph’s edges so that for every vertex his out-degree would be of at least 3

Given an undirected graph $G=(V,E)$, describe an algorithm that direct the graph’s edges so that for every vertex his out-degree would be of at least 3.

I know how to check if for a vertex $v$ there are at least k disjoint paths in edges to each of the other vertices (using Ford-Fulkerson), so I thought maybe I can use that for $k=3$.
Would appreciate your help:)

java – Convert a callback based flow to async iterable

Let’s say I have some event-based flow, for example a “read only” websocket. Normally you set the “onmessage” callback to deal with incoming messages.
Is there some way to access the messages in an async iterator? My goal is to have

async () => {
    for await (const message of SOMETHING(new WebSocket('...'))) {
        // message is the content of the callback
    }
};

I have toyed with promises and queues, but I couldn’t find a way to convert a callback (called multiple times) to an (async-) iterator

Balanced network maximum flow – Computer Science Stack Exchange

I was looking at the following proof for balanced network max flow (A flow network is a “balanced network” if for every v∈V- {s,t} it holds that $c_i(in) (v)=c_o(out) (v)$.) and I was wondering, is there any way to improve it if we knew the in and out degree? for example if in-degree(s)=out-degree(t)=0
The article in full
Proof for balanced network

flow – Copying data from one entry into a new entry in a sharepoint list

I wonder if you could help. I’m trying to create a log (of sorts) using a SharePoint list (i know it may not be the best option out there however its what i’ve been give lol). One of the things that the powers that be want is a handover element – however this only gets filled in twice a day at shift change.

Is there a way of copying the data from the previous days handover into the current day? Will point out that various entries would happen in between. The first handover would be between approximately 1300-1330hrs and the second handover anytime after 1700hrs

I was possibly thinking of using a flow but wasn’t quite sure where to start – if even its at all possible.

A couple of things, i’m using SharePoint Online and its a government tenant so limited to what i can do (ie sharepoint designer/coding etc etc)

Thanks in advance 🙂

algorithms – maximum flow and intermiddiate question

I see an example with an answer as following question:

($a$) In any maximum flow, and for all vertices $v$ and $w$, either the amount of flow from $v$ to $w$ $f(v, w)$ or the amount of flow from $w$ to $v$ $f(w, v)$ is $0$.

($b$) Consider a directed graph $G = (V, E)$. There always exists a maximum flow of $G$ such that, for all vertices $v$ and $w$, either the amount flow on $vw$ or the amount of flow on $wv$ is $0$.

problem ($a$) marked as False

(because any flow on subtraction and add to incoming and out going we
can make it non zero.

problem ($b$) marked as True

(because any flow on subtraction and add to incoming and out going we
can make it non zero, so whatever be the flow, we can make
manipulations such that one is zero and other is non zero.

my challenge is:

I couldn’t get the point the idea why $a$ is false and $b$ is true maybe for lack of English knowledge or lack of info in the solution. is there anyone can help me with more details?

gui design – Best practice for meaning of “return” in UI flow

For context in this question, I am recalling a programmable thermostat interface with four large buttons, two each on the left and right side of an LCD display. The display showed labels for the buttons, which changed depending on the mode. At a particular place in the “programming” sequence, the center of the screen had a flashing “Monday / Leave / 19C ” with “10:30” not flashing and the labels next to each button were: “Return” (upper left), “Save” (upper right), “-” (lower left) and “+” (lower right).

Does that upper left label mean “return” as in the common sense of “go back to where you were before / the previous step?” Or does it carry the programming sense of the word, “take this value back and continue to the next step?” On many keyboards, it seems the “return” key (also sometimes called Enter) is closer to the latter meaning. In this particular context, it could also mean “Instead of programming the ‘leave’ temperature, switch to programming what the temperature when the occupant returns/comes back into the space, when the temperature setting should return to what is desired for when the space is occupied.”

From this interface, it seems that pushing the + and – buttons would adjust the time set temperature but it’s not clear exactly what the meaning of “return” should be in UIs. In the particular instance motivating the question, the user had a very young child who had pressed some of the buttons on a thermostat the user did not have permission to program. The user wished to cancel out all recent changes and return to the previous state, without having personal memory of what all that state was, and the interface did not appear at all clear about how to accomplish that, if it was even possible.

Are there any standards or best practices published on this?