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mike_lydick
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HTTP Post to URI but with none standard port number

We get Method not allow when we pass from PowerApps the a URI formated like this http://someurl.com:5000. Its a simple website that when accessed activates IOT devices. Is the use of non-standard port numbers supported? if so how do we get past this error?

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mike_lydick
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Re: HTTP Post to URI but with none standard port number

Sorry I was able to resolve this by removing the Body field. We just needed to do a get on the URL, do so starts IoT notification. Thanks for the reply and again sorry for the delayed response.

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Re: HTTP Post to URI but with none standard port number

Hi @mike_lydick,

 

Could you share a screenshot of your Flow configuration?

The UrI you provided does not seem to be accessible, please make sure that the valid uri is configured in the URI field.

Please provide more details and we would share a proper suggestion.

Besides, please check this link to see if it helps:

https://elbruno.com/2017/06/12/flow-advanced-options-to-work-with-http-actions-in-microsoftflow-head...

 

Best Regards,

Barry

Community Support Team _ Barry
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mike_lydick
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Re: HTTP Post to URI but with none standard port number

Sorry I was able to resolve this by removing the Body field. We just needed to do a get on the URL, do so starts IoT notification. Thanks for the reply and again sorry for the delayed response.

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