An input document contains the data related to get the item permissions.
An output document contains an array with the collection of Permission resources in the response body.
Error handling is a generic way to handle errors without losing data or failing the Snap execution. You can handle the errors that the Snap might encounter when running the Pipeline by choosing one of the following options from the When errors occur list under the Views tab:
Stop Pipeline Execution: Stops the current pipeline execution if the Snap encounters an error.
Discard Error Data and Continue: Ignores the error, discards that record, and continues with the remaining records.
Route Error Data to Error View: Routes the error data to an error view without stopping the Snap execution.
Suggestion icon (): Indicates a list that is dynamically populated based on the configuration.
Expression icon (): Indicates whether the value is an expression (if enabled) or a static value (if disabled). Learn more about Using Expressions in SnapLogic.
Add icon (): Indicates that you can add fields in the field set.
Remove icon (): Indicates that you can remove fields from the field set.
Default Value: SharePoint Online - Get Item Permissions Example: SharePoint Online - Get Item Permissions
Specify the name for the Snap. You can modify this to be more specific, especially if you have more than one of the same Snap in your Pipeline.
Default Value: N/A Example: MySite
Specify the name of a site which contains the list of document library to be used in the subsequent Snap settings.
Custom Site Path
Default Value: Deselected
Default Value: N/A Example: Shared Documents
Specify the a drive representing the top-level container for a file system, such as OneDrive or SharePoint document libraries. This field will be populated dynamically from different sites from the suggestion drop-down list. You can either choose a document library from suggestion drop-down list or enter the entity name manually.
If you enable the Site property as an expression, then the document library is not suggested, resulting in an exception.
Source item relative path*
Default Value: N/A Example: testFile.pdf
Specify the item resource path that represents a file, folder, or other item stored in a document library.
Default Value: N/A Example: id, email, roles
Enter the comma-separated properties to be written to the output view.
Use this field set to specify connection properties to the SharePoint Online APIs.
Default Value: 30 Example: 40
Specify the connection timeout duration in seconds.
Number of retries*
Default Value: 3 Example: 5
Specify the maximum number of reconnections in case of a connection failure or timeout.
Retry interval (seconds)*
Default Value: 10 Example: 11
Specify the time interval in seconds between connection attempts.
Default Value: Validate & Execute Example: Execute only
Specify the required Pipeline execution type:
Validate & Execute. Performs limited execution of the Snap (up to 50 records) during Pipeline validation; performs full execution of the Snap (unlimited records) during Pipeline execution.
Execute only. Performs full execution of the Snap during Pipeline execution; does not execute the Snap during Pipeline validation.
Disabled. Disables the Snap and, by extension, its downstream Snaps.
For more information on how to delete an item in the SharePoint Online, refer to the graph API in Get-item-permissions.
HTTP Response Code:404
Entered item not found in the document library
Ensure to provide the valid item path to get the metadata.
Either user or app doesn't have sufficient permissions to read the metadata for the document library.
Ensure to provide the desired permissions both at the user and application level.
Listing Permissions of an Item
This example demonstrates how to list the permissions of a particular item. The example assumes that you have configured & authorized a valid SharePoint Online Account (see SharePoint Online Account).
The following screenshot displays the settings of the SharePoint Online - Get Item Permissions Snap. The Snap specifies to list the item permissions only its IDs.
After successfully validating/executing the above Snap, the results display in the following output preview.