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SumanKoduri
Helper V
Helper V

Response from Second flow to First flow without using Solutions

Hello All,

Can I know, how to get response from second flow to first flow instead of using solution?

For example,

If there is a First Flow which is a Parent flow passes a value by Http Request and the second flow which is a Child flow triggers when the Http Request is received and it should again pass a output value to the Parent flow and this should be done without using solutions...Is there any way to do by using automated flows...

 

Thank You.

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Pstork1
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Dual Super User

If the flow is called using an HTTP request then you should be able to respond using an HTTP response action.  But why don't you want to put them in a Solution?  Its much easier to call a child flow if you do that.



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SumanKoduri
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In Solution am facing some issues while export and importing my flows in the mean while am trying to use normal flows for the above action
How to do that response action? any example available for that?

When using a solution you export and import the whole solution, not individual flows.  I expect that is why you are having issues.  But if you want to use a child flow you really should be using solutions.



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How to get a response from second flow and based on the response i need to run next record in my loop

You can send a response with specific values back to the parent flow using the Respond to Power Apps or flow action.  If you need to send an array of data you will need to use the HTTP response action. Calling the child flow can then be done inside a loop in the parent.  When the response returns the loop would process the next record.



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