Problem with New-MgSiteListItem's -Fields property (JSON body is being serialized into camelCase)

Jeremy Bradshaw 31 Reputation points

Hello, this question stems from this open issue - Essentially, when we do:

$fields = @{
    Color = 'Blue'
    Size   = 'Large'
New-MgSiteListItem -SiteId "{the site ID}" -ListId "{the list ID}" -Fields $fields

We get: "message": "Field 'color' is not recognized". The 'color' (actually 'Color') field is the alphabetically first field. If we had also included another field that started with 'A' or 'B' for the first letter, the error message would have mentioned that field, and would show its first letter in lowercase.

We can work around this problem by using Invoke-MgGraphRequest or MSGraphPSEssentials' New-MSGraphRequest, so the issue seems to be isolated to the New-MgSiteListItem cmdlet.

I guess the question is just - can you please fix this:)?

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  1. Tong Zhang_MSFT 9,141 Reputation points

    Hi @Anonymous ,

    Thanks for letting us know your user experience. When I received the case, I searched a lot of documents did a lot of researches. And I feel regretful to inform you that it is most probably a bug.

    We suggest you open a user voice in the following forum. With issue like this increase, the problem may well be fixed in the future. Thanks for your understanding.


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