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Move attachment from one form entry to another existing form as a new entry

There are numerous examples from the internet on copying/moving an attachment over to a new wiki page.

I am trying to move an attachment from a source wiki form into an existing destination wiki form.  I have used 3 IFTTT rules in my attempt.  First IFTTT is to delete the current entry in the source form.  Second IFTTT is to move the attachment from the source form to the destination form.  Third IFTTT is to move the meta data from the source form to the destination form.   

I specify the id of the attachment using the "" structure and give the destination page id.  The result is that the attachment ends up in the Attachments, but attached to the new entry.

Is there a better way to accomplish this task?

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Alex Medved _ConfiForms_
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Jan 26, 2022

Hi James

Answered you on our private support channel, and copying here

Have a look at this example

Seems to be an easier and cleaner approach


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