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Jeevarajan04
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Respond to PowerApps Error: 'schema definition for action with status code '200' is invalid. The schema definitions for actions with the same status code is missing.'

Was in the middle of designing flow and the error was throw on trying to save the Flow

'schema definition for action with status code '200' is invalid. The schema definitions for actions with the same status code is missing.'

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Initially thought it was because of Custom API I had.  To replicate it, I just created this dummy Flow with no external integrations. Just a conditional step with being static values returned to PowerApps by 'Respond to PowerApps' step. 

The moment I add a variable in the Respond to PowerApps in 'If No' step, the error starts popping and doesn't allow me to save further.

 

Am I doing a silly mistake here? Early help would be much appreciated.

 

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Re: Respond to PowerApps Error: 'schema definition for action with status code '200' is invalid. The schema definitions for actions with the same status code is missing.'

Hi @Jeevarajan04 ,

 

I did the test on my side, it seems that the same content was added in Title field, so this error occurred.

The default value of Title field is text, which is automatically populated after the Flow is saved.

 

Please try removing the two Respond to PowerApps actions and reconfiguring the two actions.

It should be noted that this time only the Value field is configured, you do not need to configure the title, and then click Save.

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Please take a try again.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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Community Support Team

Re: Respond to PowerApps Error: 'schema definition for action with status code '200' is invalid. The schema definitions for actions with the same status code is missing.'

Hi @Jeevarajan04 ,

 

I did the test on my side, it seems that the same content was added in Title field, so this error occurred.

The default value of Title field is text, which is automatically populated after the Flow is saved.

 

Please try removing the two Respond to PowerApps actions and reconfiguring the two actions.

It should be noted that this time only the Value field is configured, you do not need to configure the title, and then click Save.

Image reference:

789.gif

 

Please take a try again.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
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sarveshshinde15
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Re: Respond to PowerApps Error: 'schema definition for action with status code '200' is invalid. The schema definitions for actions with the same status code is missing.'

Thanks for the suggestion. I tried this solution but in my case it didnt work.

In my FLOW I needed to add "Respond to PowerApps" action multiple times in different conditional branches. So it was failing with same error.

 

At the end I could come over the problem by saving my response in a variable. Set the variable in different conditional branches multiple times.

 

And at then end of all actions/branches add "Respond to PowerApps" only once in whole FLOW and use variable in it.

Hope this helps someone.

ddpAlterra
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Re: Respond to PowerApps Error: 'schema definition for action with status code '200' is invalid. The schema definitions for actions with the same status code is missing.'

I noticed that by using "Peek code" I could see it was not actually saving my title/values in the Respond to PowerApps action. The schema was basically two empty objects which is why it didn't want to save since the rest of my other responses have their values.

 

I got around this by adding my titles/values in with the action outside of a conditional, confirming the schema values with "peek code", then dragging and dropping into the yes/no condititon.

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