Hello @Unknown-2795 ,
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As we understand the ask here is how to create a path like YYYYMMDDHH* ( eg ( 2022201005* ) , please do let us know if its not accurate.
I see that since you are already paramterizing the dataet , i think you are going in the right direction .
I was able to male it will in two steps .
Step 1 . Use the split function to read the parameter and split the string at '/' and then also replace the black which i see after the YYYY ( eg /2022 05 )
Note the Split function always writes back to a variable type array ( see the screenshot below ) .
Step 2 .
Use the concatenate function
Note : I am using the variables('var1')2 twice to get the YYYY and also HH .
I did tested the solution for one of the date which you posted .
Your path is
Please do let me if you have any queries.
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