I have a flow that is triggered when a Dynamics record is created or updated, but it doesn't trigger until I go to the flow and turn it off and back on again or edit flow->save.
Not facing the same issue for other triggers (like Twitter), so guessing nothing to do with license.
I am using the latest version of Chrome as as browser, our network activity is very good
The dynamics instance that I am testing on is TIP (Test in Production) for Dynamics CRM developers.
Is there any way to find out the reason for flows and triggers not working or taking a long time to start?
This unreliability makes it very difficult to leverage the same and demonstrate it's potential to any senior members of staff.
The issue could not be reproduced by me.
According to your description, I have created a simple flow to send out a push notification when a dynamics record is updated. It will be triggered once a record in the specified entity is updated.
There is no need for me to turn it off and back on or edit the flow.
I am using Edge, and Production instance for testing.
Which Flow Plan are you using?
If you are using trigger for Dynamics 365 – When a record is created, will it have the same issue?
I am using "Microsoft Flow Free" product license, which as per my understaning does 5-min checks. I have waited for more than that time. And as soon as I do a blank edit-save, the flow is triggered.
Yes, the same issue for "record is created" trigger as well.
If it helps I am getting the exact same issue - the flow will not run unless I disable and then enable the Flow (I've waited several hours even though we should be on the P2, 1 minute refresh).
Microsoft, any ideas? This is a deal-breaker for us
I have to admit I didn't follow up on the Microsoft response yet (sending copy of Flow and Flow plan etc.) but I did find a workaround that suited our needs:
Rather than using the Dynamics 365 connectors I used the Common Data Service connectors and they all seem to trigger without issue - I believe we're on P2 so we see most of these run instantly but not more than a minute as promised.
I have done exactly the same. Colleague from Microsoft recommended me to use the CDS connectors instead the D365 connectors in MS Flow.
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