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Storing Signed Adobe Sign File in SharePoint Online

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I'm having trouble storing a file in sharepoint online after the file is signed via Adobe Sign. I'm trying to store the signed agreement in sharepoint rather than OneDrive/Box/etc. Then emailing the signed agreement to another party. My workflow screenshot is below. 

 

Getting the error when it is at the "store a file" action. 

Received an error response from the connector: {"message":"Folder path 'https://xxxxx.sharepoint.com/sites/xxxxxx/Document%20Test/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=22' is not supported","correlationId":"3a7b96dc-5c17-47d0-8af1-0cb8dc066912"}. [Error Code: IO.XtensionExecute.ErrorResponse]

 

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leighburke
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Re: Storing Signed Adobe Sign File in SharePoint Online

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@BouncingTacos As you are getting an error, I would suggest contacting Support(support@nintex.com). They will be able help investigate the error.

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butlerj
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Re: Storing Signed Adobe Sign File in SharePoint Online

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@BouncingTacos looking at that URL, what do you have as your Folder Path within the action configuration? It seems to be pointing at a .aspx page vs. an actual folder?

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BouncingTacos
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Re: Storing Signed Adobe Sign File in SharePoint Online

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Hi Butler. 

 

Here is the action of the create a folder. The workflow is able to get to the this point and creates the actual folder. 

 

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butlerj
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Re: Storing Signed Adobe Sign File in SharePoint Online

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@BouncingTacos can you provide a similar screenshot for the Store a File action where the workflow is failing?

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BouncingTacos
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Re: Storing Signed Adobe Sign File in SharePoint Online

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Hey Burke. I actually contacted Nintex Support that the other user selected and they were able to help me out. It was an error in the folder path. I messed up the folder path for the store a file, which caused the error message. 

 

Thanks a million for reaching out though! 

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