Hi @Khushboo Dubey ,
Thankyou for using Microsoft Q&A platform and posting your query.
Since the dataset is pointing to a folder in your case, it is checking the existence of the folder (not the file within) . The reason being you have set the file name as blank. Now, to your question - How to get the list of .txt files in a specific folder .
There is no option to use wildcard in GetMetadata activity . So , *.txt won't work. So, a better workaround is to get the list of all files from a folder using GetMetadata(childItems) and then use filter activity to get .txt file names.
Hope this will help. Please let us know if any further queries.
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Shreeya Jain ,
since it's an old thread, requesting you to open a new one. Thanks