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The OneDrive Connector can upload documents created with Print and Excel Export processes into a OneDrive account.
Once the OneDrive Connector is created and validated in the Designer application, it can be attached to a Print Process (further details in the Print Process Designer -> Print Process Generation section) or an Excel Export (further details in the Excel Export Designer -> Generate Excel Export section). This will result in the selected Print or Excel Export process being utilized with the defined settings for uploading the output document to the linked OneDrive account.
The section below will outline the properties for the OneDrive Connector.
The Name is simply a friendly identifier provided to the connector to help you subsequently identify this event.
The Path determines the folder in the linked OneDrive account where the documents will be uploaded to.
If the linked OneDrive application has Full OneDrive permission, available folders will be selectable under the Path input. Connectors with the default value (Use Default Folder) will use the root folder.
If the linked OneDrive application has App folder permission, the Path input will only have the default value (Use Default Folder) as an option. Connector will always use the app folder defined for the linked OneDrive application.
OneDrive Application Authorization
Once an OneDrive Connector is created, it will require authorization before it can be utilized. You will need to click the Authorize button which will take you to the OneDrive application authorization page. When you give authorization to the application, you will be returned to the Designer, and the authorization will be complete.
Please note that, when you edit a previously authorized OneDrive Connector, any changes made will invalidate the connector, and you will need to do the authorization process again.