This is a re-post with more information hoping for a better response.

I have 2 lists in a SharePoint site with the following columns:

List 1

  • project ID = Single line of text
  • event type = Choice
  • event desc = Single line of text
  • owning dept = Choice
  • external = Multiple lines of text
  • internal = People and Groups
  • minutes = Multiple lines of text
  • outcome = Multiple lines of text

List 2

  • project status = Choice
  • phase = Choice
  • owner = People and Groups
  • date modified = DateModified

on item creation I want a SharePoint 2013 Workflow to copy the content of these columns to an identical list another site. I have successfully built the HTTP call and the workflow currently creates a new item in the target list with the following columns copied correctly:

  • project ID
  • event desc
  • minutes
  • outcome
  • phase

The other seven columns all return BadRequest when I attempt to add them to the parameters variable. here are some screenshots of my current configuration. enter image description here

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Based on this setup, can anyone tell or point me to a resource on how the remaining seven fields should e configured?

  • What is the error, is there any more info past bad request? Also, have you tried to do the remaining seven columns, 1 column at a time?
    – klip28
    Jul 19, 2019 at 16:48
  • No, there's no more info than bad request. After much trial and error I've managed to get the choice fields working. the people fields refuse to cooperate
    – JonS
    Jul 19, 2019 at 19:17
  • Please make sure to post what you did to get the fields working so that there is a trail :). Glad you got the choice field working. Perhaps the people field has to do with using the value of Email Address, Display Name or possibly username/account name. I have had success using the account name before.
    – klip28
    Jul 19, 2019 at 19:32


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