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In a record, when a file is uploaded to sharePoint.
I need to show files in HTML.
Everything went fine but i'm getting connection issue from sharepoint
here i'm passing description url to html
NOTE: I can access that file from sharepoint and manually if i search that url also working fine
can any please help me out
Thanks and Regards,
If you access that URL directly from within D365, I believe SharePoint does something in the background that may be obfuscated when you observe the behavior. If I am not mistaken, I believe what you are presented with in your browser via Sharepoint is different than that exact URL you seek to access it using initially.
Given this, you will most likely need to use an API call or power app of some kind to "pull down the image file" and present its the file, or its base64 encoding in an html resource which you can then view from within CRM.
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