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christ15
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Custom Connector works in Flow(Power Automate) but not in my Canvas App

When I try to connect to my custom connector in my Canvas App I get following error:

 

No wadlUrl is specified for this Api. This usually indicates there was an error when converting the Swagger associated with this api to a WADL file.
apiId: /providers/microsoft.powerapps/apis/shared_dcp-20connector-5fdb046ae104b911f3-5f08d8aa3ba56bbd00

Session ID: 99642109-832b-4cb6-bf19-3b8e1c2304b6

 

The custom connector works well in my Microsoft Flow ( Power Automate) and there are no errors if I open the swagger editor.

 

thx for your help.

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christ15
Level: Power Up

Re: Custom Connector works in Flow(Power Automate) but not in my Canvas App

It is.

 

I got now the info from Microsoft that dynamic values, which I use in my custom connector, are supported in Flow but not in Canvas Apps.

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Re: Custom Connector works in Flow(Power Automate) but not in my Canvas App

Hi @christ15 ,

 

Please check if your custom connector is connected correctly under PowerApps site > Data > Custom Connectors:

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Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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christ15
Level: Power Up

Re: Custom Connector works in Flow(Power Automate) but not in my Canvas App

It is.

 

I got now the info from Microsoft that dynamic values, which I use in my custom connector, are supported in Flow but not in Canvas Apps.

View solution in original post

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