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dlprentice
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How would I track down what is triggering "Update" actions on a Dataverse table?

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We are experiencing an issue were one of our tables is having records "Updated" continuously (with no actual changes). This is causing upwards of 100,000 flow runs per day causing major API throttling. We know the user account this is coming from but we don't know what action on the account is doing the "Updating". Is there a way to track this in GCC High?

 

Thanks

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dlprentice
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Tentatively posting an answer for myself. Someone created a Power Automate flow that runs on modified, but also modifies the record in the same flow... The never-ending cycle.

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dlprentice
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Tentatively posting an answer for myself. Someone created a Power Automate flow that runs on modified, but also modifies the record in the same flow... The never-ending cycle.

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