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ScottCostello
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A created table inside of a solution can't be accessed by flow

I create a Dataverse table 'Test Table' inside my environment solution.  I then wanted to create an automated workflow that is triggered by the Add/Update/Delete of items in this table.  However this table is not listed in the table list in the triggers dropdown.  

 

If I create a table outside of the solution I'm able to see it. 

 

Is 'Test Table' being filtered out because of user rights or am I doing something else wrong?  My account as Sys Admin rights.

 

edit: made reference to the fact I'm talking about a Dataverse Table

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@abm Thanks for the help!

 

I think the problem was I named the table the same thing as my solution name.  When I renamed the table from 'Scott Demo' to 'Demo' it magically showed up.  'Scott Demo' just so happen to be the name of my solution.  Perhaps that created an issue for some reason.

 

I'll call this problem solved! 🙂

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abm
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Hi @ScottCostello 

 

Are you taking about an Excel table you created using PowerAutomate dynamically?  Could you please confirm which connector it is?

 

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Oh Sorry @abm this is a Dataverse Table/Entity.

Hi @ScottCostello 

 

Thanks for your quick reply. It could be the refresh. Could you close your flow page. Back again and edit the flow. Check the Dataverse connector and see if it appears or not. Have you got lots of tables in your database?

 

Another option is try clicking the custom value and enter the table name manually.

 

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Save the flow. Back to main menu then edit the flow again. Hopefully this should resolve the issue.

 

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@abm Thanks for the help!

 

I think the problem was I named the table the same thing as my solution name.  When I renamed the table from 'Scott Demo' to 'Demo' it magically showed up.  'Scott Demo' just so happen to be the name of my solution.  Perhaps that created an issue for some reason.

 

I'll call this problem solved! 🙂

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