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Getting 401 error on Power BI action

I recently tried adding a Power BI action to try gather the following data and make a report out of it (see example below).

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However, I keep receiving the following 401 error every time I run the flow. I'm not sure if it's something I didn't configure correctly on the Power BI end or if I'm missing something on the flow itself. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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hi @jaflores799  its difficult to understhand because when you add a row you need to pass a json format like this

 

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Hi@ChristianAbata,

I don't see the payload field. Do I need to configure the action a certain way? Every time I try to create a new one I get the list of fields as I demonstrated in the screenshot in my original post.

@jaflores799  do you have enable? see if you have it I recomend you to desactivate it for this: These features might change, break, or disappear at any time.



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@ChristianAbataI apologize for the really late reply. Yes I do have Experimental Features disabled.

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