One way to work with (or play around) with a Flow and SharePoint integration, is to create a public team site; and configure the Flow SharePoint service with the site credentials.
Here is how we can create a quick demo site in SharePoint:
- Log in to your SharePoint account.
- Click Create site.
- Select Team site.
- Copy-paste Jet pack – Operational acceptance testing in the Site name field.
This populates the Group email address field. SharePoint also generates the site address for us.
- Copy-paste Working with Boomi Flow to test jet packs in the Site description field. For the purposes of this particular tutorial, let’s set the Privacy settings to Public – anyone in the organization can access this site.
- Click Next.
- If we like, we can add additional owners/members to the group at this point. Click Finish.
Alright! We now have a Jetpack – Operational acceptance testing group in SharePoint.
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