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TMelton
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Flow to pull a SSRS report

I am attempting to get a SSRS report from an HTTP, using the HTTP and get, but it says it is an invalid URI, is there a work-around for this? I have checked the url, and it is correct.

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TMelton
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Re: Flow to pull a SSRS report

Currently, we have powerapps generate the link to the report with any parameters it needs, then patch that link into a sql table. From there, we have a windows service that querys that table automatically (every 10 minuets or so) and checks to see if there are any unfullfilled requests, grabs the generated link, downloads, and emails it to whomever it may concern. That is how we get around it until we have a better option.

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Re: Flow to pull a SSRS report

Hi @TMelton ,

 

You could test URL in Postman first. If it is ok, copy URI used in the test to the corresponding field.

Please take a try.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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JakeFarrell
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Re: Flow to pull a SSRS report

did you ever figure out how to do this?

TMelton
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Re: Flow to pull a SSRS report

Long story short, no. 

With an on-prem gateway, mixed with how we do our secruity, it was to much of a battle to be useful, so as per usual with PowerApps, we found a work-around that works for now until somthing else is supported. 

NLessard
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Re: Flow to pull a SSRS report

@TMelton What is the work around you are using? Currently I am trying to work around this by exporting my report as an HTML, having Flow plug in the dynamic content, and converting the HTML to a PDF; however, OneDrive's file converter messes with the formatting of the HTML. 

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TMelton
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Re: Flow to pull a SSRS report

Currently, we have powerapps generate the link to the report with any parameters it needs, then patch that link into a sql table. From there, we have a windows service that querys that table automatically (every 10 minuets or so) and checks to see if there are any unfullfilled requests, grabs the generated link, downloads, and emails it to whomever it may concern. That is how we get around it until we have a better option.

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