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HTTP Webhook, Azure Function (PowerShell) and MS Flow

Hello All,

I'm not sure if I should be posting this to teh MS Flow Group or Azure Functions! Anyway I'm trying to use the HTTP Webhook Action instead of the HTTP Action to try and resolve problems with Timeouts.
The HTTP Webhook calls an Azure Function written PowerShell. Calling the function works fine (it also works with the HTTP Action). The problem is I can't work out how to return to the Flow using the CallbackURL. I'm not sure if I should be using Invoke-RestMethod or Invoke-WebRequest or using the integration features in Azure Functions.
This seems to work, but I don't think I have the 'body' correct.

$Body = @{
firstName = 'John'
lastName = 'Doe'
email = 'john.doe@contoso.com'
birthday = '1980-10-15'
hobbies = 'Hiking','Fishing','Jogging'
}

Write-Output ($Body | ConvertTo-Json)

$Result = Invoke-RestMethod -Uri $requestBody.callbackURL -Method Post -body ($Body | ConvertTo-Json)
Thanks
Laurence
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Community Support

Hi @lrarbin1977 ,

 

Could you share the configuration of Flow and the details of run history?

Please consider modifying the content in the Body according to the execution result of the Flow, or refer to the data in the http response.

In addition, Here is a blog on Run any PnP-PowerAhell in one AzureFunction from Microsoft Flow for your reference:

http://johnliu.net/blog/2018/4/run-any-pnp-powershell-in-one-azurefunction-from-microsoft-flow

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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