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Warren_Gibbs
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Field is no longer present in the operation schema (Flow un-editable)

I’ve had a Power Automate flow working for quite some time.

 

A requirement change resulted in me changing the data type for five columns in SharePoint.

 

The problem I have now is that my Power Automate cannot be edited as saving the flow throws the below error in the Update Item function for two of the five fields I changed. 

 

I have tried creating a new connection for the Update Item function in the hope it would refresh the schema  I have also tried removing and adding the Update Item function again.

 

I am almost at the point of deciding to recreate my flow from scratch – but surely this cannot be the solution to fix this?!?!?

 

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Thanks @eric-cheng.   In the end I needed to recreate the Flow from scratch.

 

Hoping that this will be addressed by Microsoft at some point in the future!

 

Let's just say 'lesson learnt'

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eric-cheng
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Hi @Warren_Gibbs ,

 

Can you try, deleting it, saving it and then adding it back in

 

Did a bit of searching online and there isn't an obvious solution outside of reverting the changes made to the SP list or recreating the flow.

 

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Thanks @eric-cheng.   In the end I needed to recreate the Flow from scratch.

 

Hoping that this will be addressed by Microsoft at some point in the future!

 

Let's just say 'lesson learnt'

mcorbett
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All: I found that when I changed answer types in my Microsoft Form that is linked to my Power Automate Flow, It threw this error. So if you have a linked process and edit it, it could cause Power Automate to throw this error. Hope this helps,

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