I am unable to create a connection to Microsoft's Text Analytics API using Flow or PowerApps. Both solutions gave me a "resource not found" error. I have tried the following steps;
Using Postman, the connection to Text Analytics API was successful. I am not sure how else to troubleshoot on Flow or PowerApps. Appreciate any guidance. Thanks.
Can you please post a screenshot of the flow? How are you creating the connection? What role do you have to the resource that you are creating in Azure?
I just created the resource in my Azure subscription (I have the owner role to the resource and the resource group) and connected to that in flow:
I am set as a "classic administrator" to the resource.
When I added the connection (the first time), it worked when I put in the access key and endpoint. This issue started after I tried to switch connection to a different resource in Azure. I switched the connection back to my original resource and it still did not work.
I am still having an issue connecting.
That is strange. This could be a caching issue. Can you please go to Data on the left nav bar in the flow -> Connections, find the connection to azure text analytics resource and delete that. Now log out of the current session of the flow and close the browser window. Start a fresh session and check if you continue to face the issue.
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Hi @yashag2255 ,
I did the following;
I have also tried the following;
I checked the resource metrics on Azure and there was no calls recorded to the resource. I don't think the issue is around configuration on Azure. I tried a test using the API testing console in the documentation, see here;
Azure did capture the call from the API testing console. However, there was no call recorded from Flow or PowerApps.