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marekbuban
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Run a child flow 30 days limit

30 days max run time per flow is a known limitation, does anyone know if it impacts child flow run as well?

 

Let's say I have Flow A that triggers Flow B as child flow.

 

Now Flow A runs for 25 days and as a last step it calls child Flow B that will run for another 25 days. Flow A didn't finish as it expects answer to come from Flow B, but Flow A will be terminated after 30 days. As the Flow A is terminated, will it terminate child Flow B as well?

 

Thanks

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abm
Super User
Super User

Hi @marekbuban 

 

This is a good question. You could test this by setting a time limit of 15 minutes in your child flow and you may have an approval process waiting as a logic. 

 

See this post by @efialttes 

 

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/General-Power-Automate/How-to-bypass-30-day-flow-limit/td-p/5827...

 

Thanks

 



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