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Respond to a PowerApp or Flow problem parallel branch

Hi, 

I added a first response action in my Flow (in the screenprint below on the left-hand side) and specified that the response shall only be send if the previous steps fail, time out or are skipped. This works nicely. 

However, when I try to add another response in case everything worked fine before, I receive the following error message:

FlowA.png

Can somebody help me understanding why that happens?

As soon as I enter the last action 'OK' on the right hand side, the error message pops up. 

Would be great if somebody could help. 

Many thanks, 

Ludwig

 

 

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Pstork1
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You can't have two Respond to Power Apps actions in the same flow.  This is a particular problem since you are defining two different parameters in the two actions.  Power Apps needs to be able to expect a specific schema for the response.

 

The way to do what you are trying is to set a status message variable where you have the two responses now and then once you exit the condition and are back in a single branch you can process the Respond to Power Apps and supply the variable as the text message returned.



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Pstork1
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You can't have two Respond to Power Apps actions in the same flow.  This is a particular problem since you are defining two different parameters in the two actions.  Power Apps needs to be able to expect a specific schema for the response.

 

The way to do what you are trying is to set a status message variable where you have the two responses now and then once you exit the condition and are back in a single branch you can process the Respond to Power Apps and supply the variable as the text message returned.



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Do you have like example where we can use to make it work?

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