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jesslynh
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Parse Json Error

The Json is copied directly from the output of a previous step.  I'm getting an error that "The Schema Validation Failed".  How is that even possible?

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jesslynh
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Oddly, recreating the exact Flow fixed the issue.

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abm
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Hi @jesslynh 

 

It could be with different reasons. Current data may be missing or invalid type? If the data is optional for some attributes then add a null option to skip the validation.

 

Please see this article.

 

Flow Parse JSON Null Error Fix | April Dunnam - SharePoint Siren

 

If you need further help in this please post the schema and the sample data which schema is failing.

 

Thanks



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jesslynh
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Note that the JSON was actually produced by the Flow.  In addition, the EXACT same JSON worked all day yesterday while I was working on other parts of the flow.  It was so weird that I went to see if there was an update to Power Automate that I didn't know about.

jesslynh
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Oddly, recreating the exact Flow fixed the issue.

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