Document Transfer > Target Repository > OneDrive for Business

Specifies the target location for your files on OneDrive for Business in the Document Transfer activity.

Figure: Target Repository Configuration screen (OneDrive for Business)

Target Repository Configuration screen OneDrive For Business

Examples

Good to Know

  • Some information about third-party integrations is outside the scope of the AgilePoint NX Product Documentation. It is the responsibility of the vendors who create and maintain these technologies to provide this information. This includes specific business use cases and examples; explanations for third-party concepts; details about the data models and input and output data formats for third-party technologies; and various types of IDs, URL patterns, connection string formats, or other technical information that is specific to the third-party technologies. For more information, refer to Where Can I Find Information and Examples for Third-Party Integrations?

How to Start

Fields

Field Name Definition

OneDrive for Business

Function:
Specifies the access token that connects to your OneDrive for Business service.
Accepted Values:
A list of access tokens configured for your environment.
Default Value:
None
Accepts Process Data Variables:
No
Example:
Refer to:

Create Add Token icon

Opens this Screen:
Access Token for OneDrive for Business
Function of this Screen:
Configure an access token to connect to OneDrive for Business.
Example:
Refer to:

Choose Folder Path

Function:
Specifies the name of the target folder.
Accepted Values:
The name of a folder in your repository.
Default Value:
None
Example:

Existing Folder ID

Function:
Specifies the ID of the folder the activity uses when the process runs.
Accepted Values:
A valid folder ID.
Default Value:
None
Accepts Process Data Variables:
Yes
Limitations:

Some information about third-party integrations is outside the scope of the AgilePoint NX Product Documentation. It is the responsibility of the vendors who create and maintain these technologies to provide this information. This includes specific business use cases and examples; explanations for third-party concepts; details about the data models and input and output data formats for third-party technologies; and various types of IDs, URL patterns, connection string formats, or other technical information that is specific to the third-party technologies. For more information, refer to Where Can I Find Information and Examples for Third-Party Integrations?

Create New Folder

Function:
Specifies that a new folder is created for the file by the process.
Accepted Values:
  • Deselected - The activity does not create a new folder.
  • Selected - The activity creates a new folder.
Default Value:
Deselected
Accepts Process Data Variables:
No
Example:

Create New Folder Name

Function:
Specifies the name the process gives to the folder the process creates.
Accepted Values:
Default Value:
None
Accepts Process Data Variables:
Yes
Example:
Refer to:

Overwrite If File Exists

Function:
Specifies if the activity replaces the file if it already exist with the same name at the specified target location.
Accepted Values:
  • Selected - The activity replaces the file if it exists with the same name at the target location.
  • Deselected - The activity saves the file with a different name.
Default Value:
Selected

Store the Response ID in this Variable

Function:
Specifies the process data variable that contains the response ID for the document transfer.
Accepted Values:
A process data variable that accepts an alphanumeric string with no spaces or special characters.
Default Value:
None
Accepts Process Data Variables:
Yes
Limitations:

Some information about third-party integrations is outside the scope of the AgilePoint NX Product Documentation. It is the responsibility of the vendors who create and maintain these technologies to provide this information. This includes specific business use cases and examples; explanations for third-party concepts; details about the data models and input and output data formats for third-party technologies; and various types of IDs, URL patterns, connection string formats, or other technical information that is specific to the third-party technologies. For more information, refer to Where Can I Find Information and Examples for Third-Party Integrations?