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SharePoint Server 2019 supports SharePoint Framework client-side web parts hosted on classic or modern SharePoint pages built by using the SharePoint Framework v1.4.1. SharePoint Server 2019 also supports SharePoint Framework extensions hosted on modern SharePoint pages built using SharePoint Framework v1.4.1. This means that when you're targeting the ...


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Please use the below expression: div(sub(ticks(triggerOutputs()?['body/EndDate']),ticks(triggerOutputs()?['body/StartDate'])),864000000000) In my test: My Flow: My list: Email: Note: Use the Ticks function to compare dates with each other. For example calculating the number of days between two dates, you should convert the dates to Ticks first, subtract ...


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Try using like this: private _onRenderListCell = (colour: IColour, index: number | undefined): JSX.Element => { return ( <div> {colour.title}<br /> <DefaultButton text="delete" data={colour.id} onClick={() => this._onButtonClick(colour)} /> </div> ) } OR const _onRenderListCell = (...


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Use items instead of get items to compare the result: POST https://fabrikam.sharepoint.com/_api/Web/lists/getbytitle('OldList')/items HTTP/1.1 More information for your reference: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/dev/sp-add-ins/make-batch-requests-with-the-rest-apis


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I am able to fetch the Publish Start Date using OData__PublishStartDate. Try using below, it should work for you: /_api/web/Lists/getbytitle('Site Pages')/Items?$select=Title,OData__PublishStartDate Output: Sample XML response received when I called above endpoint directly in browser tab: <content type="application/xml"> <m:properties&...


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