i think you are inside a loop so mention like this
saveFolderPath + Subject.ToString + item.Attachment.Name.ToString
make sure that saveFolderPath variable has value with \ at last
and i have one doubt is subject is the variable that has the value of Random ID
yes exactly bro, can you see the below error screenshot.
Why we have mentioned the Subject as a second string here
You said we need to concatenate the ID
it’s not a subject bro, just a variable it’s string type only. I extracted the specific content from the subject and it contain the ID. So don’t confuse with it bro.
can i have a view on the xaml if possible, all together in a zipped folder
@Palaniyappan Please check below workflow.
Test.xaml (11.4 KB)
Hi assigned activity, so where to use this fileStream var.
As I used in the save attchement but it doesn’t work.
@Manjuts90 How I did is it right ?
@Raghavendraprasad can you guide this
@balkishan save attachments activity is not required. No need to use filestream anywhere.
But i have to save this attachment in a folder after renaming it.
I can share with you please let me know when are you online?
shared one to one bro please find.
Really sorry for the delay buddy,i got up with some office work, even i didn’t get chance to see forum…
But really thank you so much for your trust and kindness
here you go with the solution as gift for the wait @balkishan
rename follder.zip (11.5 KB)
kindly implement this in your workflow were to save the attachement and mention the folder name you have, (as i mentioned the one i had in my system…change that alone to yours.)
This should work for sure
Cheers @balkishan …
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