This is my first post in the community, so bare with me if you don't understand what I'm trying to say here.
Recently, I created a form in which visitors have to send attachments with their forms. So far so good. I work with Sharepoint for everything that is storage, and that includes saving the said attachments in it. For that, I've been using the Power Automate (MS Flow) connectors that exist for Plumsail Forms.
When it comes to saving the attachments, the only way I've been able to achieve this, is by making an HTTP GET request that recovers the contents of each file and then recreates them in my Sharepoint. Here's the flow :
I've realized that putting the url in the URI implies that the attachments must be saved somewhere in order to make this work. So I ran a test, and the url looks like this :
When I copied and pasted that link in my search bar, the attachment that came with the form was downloaded, no questions asked. The problem with this is that the company I work for is very strict in order of data privacy etc., and doesn't want their data (and ultimately their clients data) to be stored anywhere else than in our country/Sharepoint.
But then I thought of something, if I can use a HTTP request to GET my attachment, I should be able to do the same thing but deleting it. I don't know if it's possible though, which is why I'm asking this here. Does anyone know of a way to achieve this ?
Thank you for your time!