What is the file size upload limit for SharePoint online?
the File upload limit for SharePoint Online in Office 365 Business Essentials and Office 365 Business Premium is 10 GB per file and file attachment is 250Mb.
Note: In classic mode, upload methods other than drag and drop have a 2 GB limit.
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Using the below PowerShell code we can achieve this, in your code, there should be two functions:
Function to check file exists - this will return boolean
Then, in the upload function verify the check file exist, if this returns true - rename the file and the call the upload function.
PowerShell to check if a file exists in SharePoint Online document ...
I've faced a similar scenario myself; I used document sets (yet more info here) to create a document set and a handful of sub-folders. It sounds rather similar to what you are doing.
In a nutshell: editing a List item then triggers a workflow to create a document set (and sub-folders) in a Document Library.
Here's my post which makes use of Cameron Dwyer'...
Several things to try:
Instead of foreach loops, switch them out for 'for' loops, they have been proven to be faster: https://www.c-sharpcorner.com/article/for-vs-foreach-in-c-sharp/
I'd look into concatenation of string more efficiently: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/21078/most-efficient-way-to-concatenate-strings
I'd replace all instances of ...
I can reproduce the same issue on my SharePoint Online library. I think column formatting is not supported for this column yet (Even when it is of type Person or Group).
I tried applying the JSON code from both library view and column settings but it not accepting the JSON while saving)
You can check the supported columns from below documentation: