SharePoint Connector allows you to access, create and update records in SharePoint and more importantly it allows you to integrate these records such as Lists, Views, Site Assets and other data entities with cloud or on-premise applications. Our platform allows you to:
By using the SharePoint Connector as a source you can access any data record and integrate that data with any target application. As a destination you can use this connector to add new or update records.
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A trigger specifies the type of event that would kick-off a connection. In the case of SharePoint Connector the trigger can look for new records or updates in the data entities such as Lists, Views, Users, Site Assets etc.
User selects the trigger option from a dropdown when configuring the trigger.
On Records Added
Triggers when records are added
On Records Added Or Updated
Triggers when records are added or existing records updated
Extracts all records starting from the beginning
An Action specifies how the data will be transferred at the destination location. While configuring the Destination (Target) of a Connection or a Shared Connection, you find an Action drop-down list. Select the required Action type from this drop-down list.
When SharePoint is the destination application, the following actions are available:
Add New Records Or Update Existing Records
CAdds new records or updates existing records in Sharepoint account
Adds new records in Sharepoint account
Update Existing Records
Updates existing records in Sharepoint account