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Return value from Flow

I want to know if there is a way to return some value from the Flow with trigger 'When a HTTP request is received' ?

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Hi!

As @AlanPs1 explains, the way to trigger a "When a HTTP is received" nested flow is by means of an HTTP action block on the parent flow.

Please also note you can send a response from the nested flow to the parent flow and continue xecuting the parent one, by means of a Response action block. Actually, it's the one I usually add.

 

The technique to invoke the nested flow is documented here, please note the post is from 2017 and some screenshots do not match with the current ones available:

https://flow.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/build-nested-flows/

 

You will find tons of details about 'When a HTTP is received' and 'Response' in this official link:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/connectors/connectors-native-reqres#add-a-response-action

Flow_select-response-action.png

 

 



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Hi @neeraj523 

 

There is, depending on your method of course.

 

Let's say you were using an HTTP connector within 1 Flow to Post to "When a HTTP request is received" in another Flow.

 

Flow 1:

 

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You can pass any data over to Flow 2. the one with action "When a HTTP request is received".

 

You can then parse the JSON or work with the data that has been received.

 

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Thanks, Alan

 


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Hi!

As @AlanPs1 explains, the way to trigger a "When a HTTP is received" nested flow is by means of an HTTP action block on the parent flow.

Please also note you can send a response from the nested flow to the parent flow and continue xecuting the parent one, by means of a Response action block. Actually, it's the one I usually add.

 

The technique to invoke the nested flow is documented here, please note the post is from 2017 and some screenshots do not match with the current ones available:

https://flow.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/build-nested-flows/

 

You will find tons of details about 'When a HTTP is received' and 'Response' in this official link:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/connectors/connectors-native-reqres#add-a-response-action

Flow_select-response-action.png

 

 



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Hi @neeraj523  were the suggestions above able to help you with your issue?

Please take a try.

 

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