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WordPress Users and Sharepoint Online Document Library

Automate WordPress Users and Sharepoint Online Document Library tasks using Wpintegrate

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WordPress Users and Sharepoint Online Document Library

WordPress Users and Sharepoint Online Document Library

WordPress is an online, open source website creation tool written in PHP. it's probably the easiest and most powerful blogging and website content management system (or CMS) in existence today. Wordpress allows you the ability to assign a user one or more roles. Administrator is the most powerful user role. Users with roles other than Administrator will see fewer options when they are logged in. Depending on your Role, you can also add new users as well as manage their Roles.
SharePoint helps organizations share and collaborate with colleagues, partners, and customers. A document library provides a secure place to store files where you and your co-workers can find them easily, work on them together, and access them from any device at any time. The default site in SharePoint Online includes a document library and one is created automatically when you create a new site.


Supported Triggers and Actions for Integration

1. Select a Trigger

  • User registered

    Triggered when a new user is added or registered.

  • User profile updated

    Triggered when a user profile is updated.

  • User logged in

    Triggered when a user is logged in.

  • User failed to log in

    Triggered when a user is failed to log in.

  • User password reset request

    Triggered when there is a password reset request for a user.

  • User logged out

    Triggered when a user logged is out.

  • User password changed

    Triggered when a user's password is changed.

  • User deleted

    Triggered when an existing user is deleted.

  • When a file is created or modified in a folder

    Triggers when a file is created, and also each time it is modified in a SharePoint folder.

  • When a file is created (properties only)

    Triggers when an item is created in a library. Returns only the properties stored in the library columns. You can add a "Get file content" step and use the "File identifier" property returned by this action to get to the contents of the file. When using this with the On-Premises Data Gateway, the name of the library to connect to may need to be entered manually.

  • When a file is created in a folder

  • When a file is created or modified (properties only)

    Triggers when an item is created, or modified in a library. Returns only the properties stored in the library columns. You can add a "Get file content" step and use the "File identifier" property returned by this action to get to the contents of the file. When using this with the On-Premises Data Gateway, the name of the library to connect to may need to be entered manually.

  • When a file is created (properties only)

    Triggers when an item is created in a library. Returns only the properties stored in the library columns. You can add a "Get file content" step and use the "File identifier" property returned by this action to get to the contents of the file. When using this with the On-Premises Data Gateway, the name of the library to connect to may need to be entered manually.

  • When a file is created or modified (properties only)

    Triggers when an item is created, or modified in a library. Returns only the properties stored in the library columns. You can add a "Get file content" step and use the "File identifier" property returned by this action to get to the contents of the file. When using this with the On-Premises Data Gateway, the name of the library to connect to may need to be entered manually.

  • When a file is deleted

    Triggers when a file is deleted in a library. You can optionally specify a folder to watch as well. When a folder is deleted, the trigger will fire only once for the deleted folder.

2. Select a Action

  • Register user

    Registers or create new user.

  • Update user profile

    Updates user profile information.

  • Update user log

    Updates user log status.

  • Reset user password

    Resets user password.

  • Delete user

    Deletes an existing user.

  • Copy file

    Copies a file. Works in a similar way to the "Copy to" command in SharePoint libraries. Returns information about the new file after copy.

  • Add attachment

    Adds a new attachment to the specified list item.

  • Create file

    Uploads a file to a SharePoint site. Make sure to pick an existing library.

  • Get attachments

    Returns the list of attachments for the specified list item. You can add a "Get attachment content" step and use the "File identifier" property returned by this action to get to the contents of the file.

  • Get file properties

    Gets the properties saved in the columns in the library for the item specified by the item id. You can add a "Get file content" step and use the "File identifier" property returned by this action to get to the contents of the file. When using this with the On-Premises Data Gateway, the name of the library to connect to may need to be entered manually.

  • Get files (properties only)

    Gets the properties saved in the columns in the library for all folders and files stored in the library. You can also filter down to the items that match a condition. An "Apply to each" section is usually used to work with the output from this action. When using this with the On-Premises Data Gateway, the name of the library to connect to may need to be entered manually.

  • List folder

    Returns files contained in a SharePoint folder.

  • Update file properties

    Updates the properties stored in columns in a library for the item specified by the item id. Use "Update file" action to update file contents. When using this with the On-Premises Data Gateway, the name of the library to connect to may need to be entered manually.

  • Delete attachment

    Deletes the specified attachment.

  • Delete file

    Deletes the file specified by the file identifier.

  • Extract folder

    Extracts an archive file into a SharePoint folder (example: .zip).

  • Get attachment content

    Returns file contents using the file identifier. The contents can be copied somewhere else, or be used as an attachment.

  • Get file content

    Gets file contents using the file identifier. The contents can be copied somewhere else, or be used as an attachment.

  • Get file content using path

    Gets information about the file such as size, etag, created date, etc. Uses a file path to pick the file. Use "Get file properties" action to get to the values stored in the columns in the library.

  • Get file metadata

    Gets information about the file such as size, etag, created date, etc. Uses a file identifier to pick the file. Use "Get file properties" action to get to the values stored in the columns in the library.

  • Get file metadata using path

    Gets information about the file such as size, etag, created date, etc. Uses a file path to pick the file. Use "Get file properties" action to get to the values stored in the columns in the library.

  • List root folder

  • Update file

    Updates the contents of the file specified by the file identifier.

  • Approve hub site join request

    Approve hub site join request. This will return an approval token that can be used to complete the join request using the join hub site action.

  • Cancel hub site join request

    Cancel hub join request. If applicable, you should specify the same Approval Correlation Id as used in the "Set hub site join status to pending" action.

  • Copy folder

    Copies a folder. Works in a similar way to the "Copy to" command in SharePoint libraries. Returns information about the new folder after copy.

  • Create sharing link for a file or folder

    Create sharing link for a file or folder.

3. Create and Synchronize

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