SharePoint / Microsoft Flow – Maintain list items for no-code developers

This post is part of my User guide to using the SharePoint REST API in Microsoft Flow for no-code developers series. In this post I will look at maintaining list items in SharePoint lists. I will look at the following operations on a list in this post. Get list item details Create a list item … Continue reading SharePoint / Microsoft Flow – Maintain list items for no-code developers

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SharePoint / Microsoft Flow – Get Site details for no-code developers

This post is part of my User guide to using the SharePoint REST API in Microsoft Flow for no-code developers series.   Getting the site details is easy using the Send an HTTP request to SharePoint  action. Simply select the Site Address and supply the API uri. And we're getting the results back.   We can now … Continue reading SharePoint / Microsoft Flow – Get Site details for no-code developers

Microsoft Flow – Create a Folder in a document library using Microsoft Flow

Recently, I've seen quite a few people asking about creating Folders in SharePoint Document Libraries using Microsoft Flow. Create a folder in SharePoint library In my case I have a Document Library called Documents1 and I want to create a folder called New Folder Using the Send an HTTP request to SharePoint action it is really a … Continue reading Microsoft Flow – Create a Folder in a document library using Microsoft Flow

Microsoft Flow – Using the REST API to access SharePoint – Get all lists in a site

REST API One of the important way to create integrations with SharePoint is the REST API. Since a few weeks Microsoft Flow can now simply call the REST API. But is it always easy to get to your data? Well if you have been struggling to get the data out of SharePoint then this post … Continue reading Microsoft Flow – Using the REST API to access SharePoint – Get all lists in a site

Integrate with Python based solutions using SharePoint 2016 REST API

Today, I worked with my customer on a project where we want to create list items in SharePoint from a Python based application. This was my first step into Python and until today I hadn't used Python before. Luckily Patrick Heneghan understood the Python bits. We started by just making an REST API call to … Continue reading Integrate with Python based solutions using SharePoint 2016 REST API