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OneDrive (Action Flow)


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The OneDrive modules enable you to monitor, search, retrieve, download, upload, create, copy, move, and delete files or folders in your OneDrive account.

To get started with OneDrive, create an account at

For the list of available endpoints, refer to the Microsoft Graph REST API v1.0 reference.

Connect OneDrive to Execution Management System

To connect to the OneDrive app:

  1. Log in to your Execution Management System account, add any OneDrive module Action Flow, and click Create a Connection.

  2. Optional: In the Connection name field, enter a name for the connection.

  3. Optional: Click Show Advanced Settings, enter your custom app client credentials, and Tenant ID.

  4. Click Save.

  5. If prompted, login to your Microsoft account and confirm the access.

You have successfully connected the app and can now execute the Action Flows.

Build OneDrive Action Flows

After connecting the app, you can perform the following actions:


  • Watch Files

    This webhook is given a month period after being created/updated. Hence, for keeping it active, make sure to trigger it within the given period and it will automatically refresh a new expiration date.

  • Watch Files/Folders

  • Search Files/Folders

  • Get a File

  • Download a File

  • Upload a File

  • Create a Folder

  • Get a Share Link

  • Move a File/Folder

  • Rename a File/Folder

  • Copy a File

  • Delete a File/Folder


  • Make an API Call

  • Upload a File by URL

  • Send a Sharing Invitation

Possible Problems
Unable to Upload or Update a File

There are several situations when uploading or updating a file may fail:

  • The uploaded file is too big and exceeds the maximum file size limit for your OneDrive plan, or you have used all of your OneDrive account's storage quota. To get more storage space, delete existing files from OneDrive, or upgrade your OneDrive account.

  • The previously selected folder to which the file is being uploaded no longer exists. The Action Flow is stopped, and you must select the target folder again.